Narrabundah HouseContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

Michael Downes, UA Creative

This is an example of a contemporary galley eat-in kitchen in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, stainless steel appliances, medium hardwood floors and with island. —  Houzz
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Rebecca Gross added this to 6 Types of Glass Doors and Their Transparent Benefits28 August 2015

BenefitsMany of the benefits of stacking doors are similar to sliding doors. Additionally, because there are multiple panels, they can accommodate a larger opening.

Emily Hutchinson added this to Get in the Mood With Fifty Shades of Grey3 February 2015

The grey front of this kitchen island is framed nicely in white to accentuate its dimensions.

Joanna Tovia added this to Houzz Tour: Peaceful Canberra Home Welcomes the Winter Sun14 July 2014

High levels of sustainability are a feature of all Adam Dettrick Architects projects, and Dettrick says this particular project has a focus on getting the passive design principles right to ensure energy efficiency and liability in the most economical way possible. “The house is heavily insulated, well orientated and designed to offer great natural ventilation,” he says.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Louise H-Zandi added this to My ideas11 July 2020

Living area above sliding door, louvre for air flow?

bill_boler added this to two tone kitchens12 March 2020

dark dark brown slab cabs, mirror backsplash, lots of white, black dining chairs