OnyxModern Kitchen, Brisbane
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This kitchen in Brisbane, Queensland, by Joe Adsett Architects showcases many of the strongest trends Australians are currently embracing in kitchen designs. Black streamlined joinery hides all the mess and fuss inherent in this workhorse of a space. The colour is maintained in the black porcelain of the splashback. This uniformity allows the textural facing of the island bench – the primary decorative feature of the space – to pop. Meanwhile, low-maintenance grey tiled flooring is practical and doesn’t unduly interfere with the visual aspects of the space. Another important thing to note here is the end of the island bench. It’s becoming increasingly popular to eschew island benches that present as singular solid volume. Instead, a small refinement, such as this open extension, adds a sense of weightlessness to the space.3 Great Small Kitchens… and How They Did It
Why do you think this room works?It provides everything that a kitchen is required to do, plus a little extra. It is simple in design and has a neat spatial arrangement.
9. Location: Brisbane, QueenslandDesigner: Joe Adsett ArchitectsFeatures: Dark and handsome with a bolt of light.
3. Textured and terrific. Brisbane, QueenslandDesigner: Joe Adsett Architects