IRORI 01Japanese Kitchen, Tokyo

竹の集成材と鉄パイプで構成しています。シンクは鋳物風のアルミ素材で作成。IHと食洗機をビルトインしている機能的なランドスケープキッチンです。

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Mitchell Parker added this to The Kitchen of Tomorrow Is Already HereDecember 30, 2015

New interpretations. Though Japan was not part of the survey, which was conducted online from October to November 2015, we reached out to Toshiyuki Imai, manager of Japanese kitchen design firm Kitchen House’s Tokyo showroom. Imai says one of the most popular layouts in Japan is somewhat like an open galley style, in which the kitchen counter and dining table are linked seamlessly together. “This is efficient because it makes it easy to deliver meals from the kitchen to the dining, while it’s still possible to change the layout of the dining table according to the number of guests you are entertaining,” Imai says. And designers are responding to this with new interpretations of the traditional Japanese kitchen. Kitchen House recently launched the combination kitchen island and dining element seen here in collaboration with architect Kengo Kuma. It combines modern design and technology with “primitive materials like glued laminated bamboo board, black iron frame and cast aluminum,” Imai says.

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lyndarandledesign
lyndarandledesign added this to kitchenSeptember 25, 2019

black sink, honey coloured cabinetry

houseplanshelper
House Plans Helper added this to Galley KitchensFebruary 15, 2018

Open format galley kitchen ending in the table. I like the way the different heights along the kitchen galley look but I wonder if it might not be all that practical - although the table does need to be a different height. I'm also not sure how all those open shelves would look once you've been to the grocery store.

laura_desantiago
laura_desantiago added this to Chez Laura (a la campagne)July 13, 2017

The structure of the room is what I would like for a wine, cheese, and charcuterie display cellar.

aspiringmdjoeg
Joey G added this to aspiringmdjoeg's ideasApril 8, 2017

Toshiyuki Imai, manager of Japanese kitchen design firm Kitchen House’s Tokyo showroom says one of the most popular layouts in Japan is somewhat like an open galley style, in which the kitchen counter and dining table are linked seamlessly together. This is efficient because it makes it easy to deliver meals from the kitchen to the dining, while it’s still possible to change the layout of the dining table according to the number of guests you are entertaining. Kitchen House recently launched the combination kitchen island and dining element seen here in collaboration with architect Kengo Kuma. It combines modern design and technology with “primitive materials like glued laminated bamboo board, black iron frame and cast aluminum,” Imai says.

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