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Latest projects

Here is a sneak peek of recently photographed kitchens which will soon be featured in interiors magazines. (We hold off sharing the whole project until it has been published in the press.)

Peckham Pad’s Kitchen

‘We both love food’ say the couple who created this kitchen, speaking to Ideal Home magazine about their renovations. When they bought their Victorian terrace in South East London it had a cramped, dingy kitchen which was at odds with their dream of a space which is practical for cooking, entertaining and relaxing. They envisaged dining and seating areas, high-spec appliances and an island where they could cook and look out onto the garden – all came to pass! Our design includes Half Moon White cabinetry with a London Plane island, the wood’s colour and texture making it a focal point of the kitchen. Also look out for three types of shelves in the kitchen, Spoke, integrated and floating.
Photographer: Malcolm Menzies

Oliver Project’s Kitchen

A first for us, Oliver Project’s kitchen doubles up as a domestic living space and also a gallery. The family of five had outgrown their Victorian terrace and called on Delve Architects to resolve their space issues. The result is this ground floor extension, with gorgeous garden views, exposed brick walls, plenty of space to dine and socialise and of course for art to be exhibited. Our pared back kitchen cabinetry looks at ease in these serene surroundings and the design includes beautiful Sweet Chestnut, calming Brockwell Moss and Half Moon White with a dash of Ruskin Blossom.
Photographer: Emanuelis Stasaitis

London Design Week 2022

It was a glorious return to post pandemic in-person design events when we were invited by Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour to be one of 26 House Guests in their Design Avenue for London Design Week 2022. We launched two pieces of furniture, the Brixton Dresser and the Work Table, both are made to order. Drawing inspiration from the faded beauty of 19th century sailors’ woollies, we introduced three new colours to our palette : Milton Blue, a chalky cornflower blue, Regent Red a rich and spicy red and Eccles, a soft and warm beige.
Photographer: Malcolm Menzies


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