Pretoria, South Africa
This villa located in Pretoria, has been completely renovated and converted into a modern and minimalist architectural house. It was built on a wonderful terrain of 6000m2, with a stunning view over “Waterkloof Ridge”.
In this “open concept” home, the kitchen was designed to create the least amount of visual interference. Very compact, minimalist and in shades of white.
The kitchen has a large island in the center, with a hob and a dining area with four FABRI benches.
One side of the kitchen has some built-in appliances, like the oven, the microwave, the coffee machine, and storage units.
On the other side there are pantry columns and a built-in fridge and freezer. The two doors in the center of this wall give access to the scullery. These doors were designed to hide this passage, because when closed they appear to be kitchen cabinets, creating a clean wall of cabinets, minimalist and consistent with the kitchen design.
The kitchen and scullery have lacquered doors in white gloss and the tops are in white sintered stone.
The opening system of the island doors is a white lacquered groove, and of the top units is the “tic-tac” system.