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A tiny and not very functional kitchenThe original kitchen is in a tiny room of 5 m2. Equipped with basic equipment, the floor is covered with white tiles, the sink and its drainer are made of standard stainless steel and the furniture is made of laminated chipboard. The whole is sad and cold but the room is fishing especially by its absence of natural light.
BEFORE: unwelcoming, the kitchen is very drab due to ineffective lighting and rudimentary equipment.
Open up to obtain an open kitchen
AFTER: the space saving is significant, the opening on the main access and the living room widens the visual field.
"Verticalize" to gain storage space
AFTER: the use of the height under the ceiling made it possible to optimize the storage spaces.
Lighting for a convivial kitchenThe absence of direct natural light makes it necessary to enhance this space with specific lighting. A false ceiling has therefore been added to integrate spotlights: essential for cooking comfortably! In addition, the false ceiling that extends beyond the kitchen, to the corridor, allows to widen the perspective, whether one is on the kitchen side or the living room side. The light from each of the two spaces thus benefits the other. Finally, the choice of finishes, materials and colors such as lacquered white - which reflects light - make it possible to accentuate this impression of space and light which makes the kitchen more convivial and warm.
AFTER: between the kitchen and the living room, the bar becomes a real dining area that you want to invest for dinner, or to chat while someone else is working behind the stove! Despite constraints related to the size of the apartment, it was therefore possible to arrange a kitchen with a large storage capacity, to enlarge the living space and create a dining area. All for a reasonable budget. Enjoy your meal everybody ! Learn more: Architect: Patty Martinvalet Architect D.E.H.M.O.N.P Société PMV Architecture workshop www.pmv.archi Photographer: Joanna Zielinska Works: Focus Habitat