By meeting the clients at their home it was important to understand how they lived in their original space and how they wanted to live once the extension works were complete. Their original kitchen was hidden away at the back of the house so Keith suggested moving it into the centre room for it to become a much more interactive space for their young family and when entertaining guests.
There was a floor to ceiling wooden beam in the room so to add character, Keith incorporated this into the Kitchen Island and designed the rest of the kitchen space around it. The work areas are designed so the users are free to work without getting in each others way.
The clients love the fact the kitchen is a place that has opened up family conversations and a seamless flow between the living, dining and utility areas of the home.