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Kitchen Components from Sculptor-Turned-Artisan

We first posted on UK-based sculptor-turned-carpenter Edward Collinson a couple of years ago (see A Simple Bespoke Cabin in North Yorkshire, Father/Son Edition). Since then, from his North London studio and workshop, Collinson has been at work on a new collection of freestanding kitchen furniture, which “represent the studio’s belief that a kitchen can be made with the same refined elegance as any piece of domestic wooden furniture.” The Broad is a generous freestanding kitchen element made with white pigmented laquer, natural oak interior with deep dovetailed drawers, a stainless steel work surface with integrated sink, tap and mixed fuel hob. The black Dungeness Kitchen Island [foreground] is inspired by the strong architectural forms found in the area,” Collinson says. “The soft matte black Paperstone is paired with fluted panelling in ebonized oak and matt black lacquer to create a strong but restrained look. The island is modestly sized at 130 x 70 x 90 cm and can be fitted with two appliances or a combination of drawers and cupboards. From Remodelista: Read More