A Feat of Craftsmanship
It draws inspiration from architects and craftsmen of the 1930’s, whose Art Deco designs featured clean, geometric lines and decorative materials shaped by exceptional craft skills.
Whilst acknowledging its 20th Century inspirations, everything about the “New Deco Kitchen” is new, from the “floating” freestanding pieces to the clever shadow-lines in all the cabinetry. Modern framing replaces traditional cornices and doors are either flush or simply framed without beading. Another important design signature is the use of feature materials, including marble, plain and decorative limestone, porcelain, metallics and veneered timbers, for both cladding and inset panels. Floor "Falaise" Martin Moore Stone.