Fitzroy North HouseContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne
The compact central kitchen location becomes a piece of furniture. Walls clad in the matching timber floorboards continue to cupboard doors complete with integrated fridge. A grey mirrored splashback reflects the texture of the exposed brick walls.
Image by: Jack Lovel Photography
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When choosing sub-contractors or clients, what do you look for?Fortunately, I have worked with great people as clients, consultants and contractors. This may be partly why I prefer to meet people face-to-face as it helps gain an insight into their personality and gives me an opportunity to have a general chat rather than always being focused on the business at hand.Likewise, when it comes to consultants it’s a similar scenario: being able to build a relationship and get to know them outside work helps strengthen ties and builds trust, which I believe will always lead to strong working relationships. I’m also keen to have a team that appreciates new ways of working using technology or that suggests methods of building so I can also learn from them.
White two-pack polyurethane joinery and steel-framed windows and doors set off the exposed brick walls, which are also reflected in the mirrored splashback. Timber wall cladding adds another layer of colour and texture to the kitchen, while Elba marble benchtops bring in a touch of luxe.Appliances: Miele; black Schock Double Bowl sink and Tink D tap: Abey; joinery: Starcourt Joinery