Kitchen - kitchen idea in Toronto

Red Ridge Wine Cellars

Kitchen, Toronto

The client bought and renovated a penthouse condo to suit his modern tastes rather than the dated and generic style that was there. Glass walls dominated the living spaces. Several pieces we built were customized versions of designs the client had seen at the Milan home show the previous year which we built to suit the desired locations in the home according to specs the manufacturers could not or would not process. A king size platform bed, curved formed zebrano wood sink and a custom wall hung glass sink in a zebrano wood mechanical box. The divider between the office and the den is a 900 bottle glass and redwood custom designed wine cellar complete with a secureity Maglock entry and fingerprint reader. By connecting the client with our network they had some very unique features for a 12th story penthouse, like a 15'x30' natural grass lawn patio/deck complete with sprinklers, a 20' high 'melted glass' waterfall that cascades water down its face, a 12' long all stone BBQ with real solid stone functioning drawer fronts and more. The client had so many good ideas and the designer was great to work with this project was very interesting to work on. Photos:Red Ridge Wine Cellars
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thumb4fingersthumb4fingers wrote:March 3, 2013
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    Intainium Home Cinemas
    8 years ago
    The aquarium was $3-4k if I remember right. The client got it directly from the manufacturer in Toronto.
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