Located in a penthouse in central London this stunning apartment has windows on three sides affording dramatic views over the Capital's sky line. The large windows and sloping ceiling mean, however, that it was not possible to incorporate wall units into the kitchen design. Instead Neil Clarke at Poggenpohl Wigmore Street created a T shaped kitchen that fits exactly under one of the windows and projects into the room providing extra storage and incorporating a breakfast bar. The choice of beige gloss lacquer and white worktops enhances the light, open nature of the space.
As all Poggenpohl kitchens are made to order it is possible to create designs that exactly fit the space available even if the room is an awkward shape.
- This kitchen was featured in Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms magazine -