By Alys BAUMANN. Kitchen Island. Published at Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 - 18:24:28 PM.
But the shape and the design are elements that always differ. What’s important for a kitchen island with seating is to be a perfect combination of functionality and versatility. This means it needs to have built-in storage spaces, to fit into the room properly, even when it’s expanded and to allow you to use for a variety of activities, such as prepping, having breakfast, working, etc.
Looking at this island one could easily mistake it for a modern sculpture. It’s simple and defined by clean lines and angles and it was custom designed for this particular space. You can tell that by the way it perfectly aligns with the oblique line of the window. The island was designed by Project A01 Architects for a residence in Freudorf, Austria.
Regardless of your kitchen’s size or layout (L-shaped, galley, U-shaped or island), the sum of all the legs in a work triangle should not be less than 10 feet or greater than 25 feet. If the work triangle is too small, people will be tripping over each other; if it’s too large, food preparation could be a tiring task.
Simplicity is important in the kitchen. This is a space that has to be functional more than it has to be good-looking. And yet there’s plenty of room to combine the two. This kitchen island is a beautiful example. Its transparent and sleek base makes it float while its sculptural shape makes it stand out.
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