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Open Plan Kitchen Contemporary Kitchen, Sydney

Impala just completed this stunning kitchen! The brief was to design a kitchen with warmth and impressive textures to suit the house which spanned over four levels. The design needed to allow for casual eating in the kitchen, ample preparation and storage areas. Utilitarian bench tops were selected for the preparation zones on the island and adjacent to the cooktop. A thick recycled timber slab was installed for the lowered eating zone and a stunning transparent marble for the splashback and display niche. Joinery was manufactured from timber veneer and polyurethane. Critical to the modern, sleek design was that the kitchen had minimum handles. Two handles were used on the larger doors for the fridge and lift-up cabinet which concealed the microwave. To balance the design, decorative timber panels were installed on the ceiling over the island. As storage was also a priority, a walk in pantry was installed which can be accessed at the far left by pushing a timber veneer panel.
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carntz wrote:
Pendant Lights - Would you share the manufacturer of these pendant lights? I would appreciate it. Thanks
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malebogolekone
Would you please share where the marble for the splashback and display niche can be found. Thank you
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Robyn
You will need to contact Impala kitchens , Sydney to find out that detail
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kbristol wrote:
Love this island. Could you tell me the dimensions
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Impala Kitchens and Bathrooms
You're welcome I have two more shots of this kitchen on our web site under the kitchen tab/modern kitchens.
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maggiemaycrook
The kitchen is stunning, also designed something similar but love what you have created here. Visually awesome. Thankyou,
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A R wrote:
what brand is the wall oven and is it a side opening? Thanks
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A R
Thanks so much.
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rikkigoodman wrote:
Where did you find the solid wood piece for the table top? - I especially like the solid wood table top that appears to be floating out of the cube. Very artistic touch to the modern design of the kitchen.
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Saba F
yes, where is it from please
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scottsandy wrote:
how do you back light the onyx wall?
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TylerCo was asked to write an article for Int’l Surface Fabricators Association’s magazine, “Countertops & Architectural Surfaces”. The article details how to backlight translucent surfaces, the digital version of the magazine is online at http://www.tylercoinc.com/news.html
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rosie25house wrote:
Gorgeous room. Please share the details of the flooring!
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veenaabhishekhome wrote:
Cabinets - What style, wood type and color are the cabinets?
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dandiva wrote:
Wich cie made the shade, is it one piece?
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melc_71 wrote:
Where did you get the leg of the table from .
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carntz wrote:
Chad A - Could you please share the manufacturer of these pendant lights? They are fantastic... Thanks Chad
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smanke wrote:
Source of pendants please??
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modern921 wrote:
Where could I find those pendant lights??
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Here’s another base that’s set back from the end and the sides. This arrangement provides legroom for diners sitting across from each other, as well as for a diner or two on the end. The slab design of the base here matches the heft of the countertop better than an open, lightweight design would have.

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(M) This could be cool. Could we still maintain the island's storage space?

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