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A contemporary kitchen overlooking the port of Nice

A contemporary kitchen overlooking the port of Nice

Jean-Marc Palisse

She opens onto the dining room and welcomes the living room, by adopting a current vision of uses. To the eternal dilemma between aesthetics and functionality, she chooses both. For example, this project that converges new breathing and beautiful layout ideas. She is the kitchen, which is in the center of everything as in a loft.

In a building that incorporates all the codes of niçoise construction of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, this ultra contemporary kitchen fly. Thought like the center of the apartment for owners who love to cook and receive, she knew combine aesthetics and functionality to seduce the owners and blend in with the style of the apartment.

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Contemporary cuisine in the heart of a regional style building

View of the port of Nice, Neptune building. The construction of the 1970s was inspired by regional markers. Shutters with louvers, wrought ironwork, plaster in traditional colors ... everything is there to fit into the existing landscape, consisting mainly of buildings of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Jean-Marc Palisse

The space appealed to an English couple who received a lot and wanted to continue to interact with his guests while cooking. Intentions that will be heard since the reorchestration of this apartment will put the kitchen at the heart of the project. This is the piece that will give the tempo to the general plan. And if the building blends into the environment, the space in question chooses a contemporary spirit. Open on the dining room and the living room, the kitchen diffuses a beautiful conviviality.

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A kitchen open to the reception area, sandwiched between the dining room and the living room. Furniture taken from Bulthaup's "b3" concept responds to each other. The walls and the glass credenza serve as points of attachment to utensils, a knife rack, a storage of spice boxes. On the floor, imitation vinyl flooring, oven, Gaggenau, faucet, Quooker, suspension, Davey Lighting at Original BTC.

Jean-Marc Palisse

Armchair "Flax", Ligne Roset.

Jean-Marc Palisse

A beautiful and functional kitchen

Originally, it was remote, now it is at the center of everything as in a loft. The architects of Atelier Baraness + Cawker have chosen the "b3" concept of the Bulthaup brand to meet the expectations of their client. No high arrangement that would parasitize the view. Everything is invisible or almost invisible. Oak veneers, perfect junctions of the facades, precision of the songs and fittings accompany the accuracy of the lines, the proportions and the materials. According to the configuration "b3", the functional wall allows to add shelves, to hang utensils, storage, lamps, speakers, screens ... but also to conceal the power supplies behind their walls. A project and a design that fully integrate in its furniture attention to uses.

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The walls and the glass credenza serve as points of attachment to utensils, a knife rack, a storage of spice boxes.

Jean-Marc Palisse

Jean-Marc Palisse

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Architects, Atelier Baraness + Cawker. 99, United States Wharf, 06300 Nice. Such. 04 93 85 28 39 and atelierbcs.com Bulthaup Loft. 25-27, rue de la Buffa, 06000 Nice. Such. 04 93 16 09 09 and loft.bulthaup.com