Interior architecture and design company The Meyers Touch created a unique kitchen island with a built-in sofa for clients who wanted to take advantage of their garden views.
The renovated residence was originally built in 1908 and has several antique design elements that the architects needed to take into consideration. To keep a balance between the contemporary and vintage elements, the architects used a gorgeous SieMatic unit in black high gloss lacquer, with integrated appliances by Gaggenau and Miele.
Overall, this bespoke dining area offers views to the garden, and makes the kitchen -- a social space to begin with -- even more comfortable and inviting with the addition of the built-in matte leather seating area.
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