A double-height void is the centrepiece of this extension to an Edwardian house by De Rosee Sa. The Dulwich home is in an area with strict heritage guidelines and the client wished to enhance the character of the property while remaining sympathetic to the surroundings. A wonderful example of how modern and heritage can work in harmony with each other.
That kitchen lay-out is impractical.
And what’s with the two sinks? How do kitchen designers justify that, especially when the two sinks are like three feet apart? I could sort of understand it if the kitchen was vast and one of the sinks was in the butler’s pantry, but not like this.
The art arrangement, on the positive side, is immaculate.