Sunday, March 30, 2014

Kitchen Design Academy-News Gazette # 27


We are thrilled to have such a large number of students of different background and ages. From this year the marking system has changed and it is aligned to tertiary education level to better reflect students performance. There will other changes happening this year and we will keep you posted.
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Vico Magistretti
A graduate of the Politecnico di Milano University in 1945, Magistretti became a follower of Ernesto Nathan Rogers. He worked initially in urban design in Milan. Magistretti's works have been shown in the most important international museums in Europe, USA, and Japan. Some have also been included in various permanent exhibitions museums such as MoMa. Vico Magistretti received many awards, among which: the Gold Medal at the 1951 Trienniale, the Grand Prix at the 1954 Trienniale, two Compasso d'Oro awards in the years 1967 and 1979 as well as the Gold Medal of the Chartered Society of Industrial Artists & Designers in 1986.
Soviore for Schiffini
Solaro for Schffini

 Source: www.

Antares Cucine-Italy

Antares kitchens was established in 1973. Since then, a long, tireless path of research, of great design ideas, innovations. Venetian is a young and dynamic company in the world of today in the kitchen, the perfect synthesis between competence and creativity to the classic taste and modern taste. Managers, technicians, designers, commercial ... Everyone has a specific expertise and a common goal: quality. That has to be seen in every area and in every detail of our kitchens. What should pop out when you open a door, you sort the pantry, looking for the salt. But not only. The quality is Antares 'global' because it precedes and follows the product is born from the need to improve production processes, to constantly monitor the energy consumption, to minimize the sources of pollution. So Antares arrives in Italy, in Europe and in the world.


City Angels

Hot Sand
Deep Blue
Nero Anticato Argento

Hidden Kitchen by June He

Designed to improve the mentality of a kitchen both physically and mentally. Every function a traditional kitchen has is hidden behind the kitchen wall allowing easier clear up of the kitchen. The form of hiding saves the room of the house, which exhibits a sense of freedom and comfort. Psychologically, hiding state conveys satisfaction to some extent for only the kitchen host to know exactly where all the things are. The tile colors can be changed and arranged to fit your personal style.

Two by Two
Architectural designer : Jason Saunders, Arc Seven 1 (Perth)
Interior designer : Nicole Tollman, Arc Seven 1
Kitchen manufacturer : G&M Classic Cabinets
Story by Colleen Hawkes
Photography by Andrew Pritchard
Many people find they entertain a lot more in the summer months – hosting a casual barbecue seems a lot easier than a formal dinner party, and it's always fun.
Today, the concept of a barbecue in the backyard has grown. It's not so much about cooking steaks over hot coals, as it is about preparing and cooking entire meals in an outdoor kitchen that puts everything at your fingertips.

Architectural designer Jason Saunders and interior designer Nicole Tollman of Arc Seven 1 incorporated an outdoor kitchen into the design of this new house. Effectively, the kitchen is an extension of the main kitchen and family living area. Bifold doors open up the entire rear of the house to provide an easy flow between the interior and the outdoor kitchen area. "The owners do a lot of entertaining, and the design needed to cater to this," says Saunders. "The house overlooks the beach, so we also needed to make the most of the view. But we had to take into account the strong afternoon sea breeze off the ocean. Consequently, the second kitchen and pool are semi-enclosed behind a wall of glass louvre windows on the ocean side, but they are fully open to a walled courtyard on the opposite side of the house."

Quarter-cut American walnut cabinets enclose the work area in the main kitchen. Panels with negative detailing add a graphic element to the outside of a corner scullery and the front of the cabinets facing the family and dining rooms. The cabinetry is paired with Quantum quartz benchtops in Coral Reef. "The kitchen includes an extra-large 1200mm-wide oven with a teppanyaki plate, and a custom-built rangehood," says Tollman. "Everything is positioned right where it is needed. We also ensured there are several workstations, so more than one person can work in the kitchen at the same time. There is a special area, for example, where the teenagers can prepare their breakfast, and home office facilities are provided within another cabinet."
Low-maintenance materials were a priority for the outdoor kitchen, which is subjected to salt-laden ocean breezes. Here, the benchtops and trim around the cedar cabinets are in stainless steel. Other special features of this kitchen include a wine refrigerator, dishwasher, sink and a pizza oven. Wood for the fire is stored within the base. For uniformity, the ceilings above the outdoor kitchen and pool area are lined with timber. Timber floors and decking also enhance the visual connection between inside and out. -

Kitchen Bathroom & Bedroom Show

London 18-20 May, 2014
Kitchen Bathroom & Bedroom Show will be one of the most famous events related to kitchen, bedroom and bathroom industry. The event will bring an opportunity for the customers to what exactly new is available in the market as per their requirements and their pocket. Kitchen Bathroom & Bedroom Show, exhibitors will get an opportunity to showcase their innovative and latest products and services like bathroom accessories; kitchen tools; bathroom appliances; bathroom basin; bathroom furnishings; bathroom furniture; bathroom mirrors and many more. Numerous exhibitors and visitors are supposed to be participating in this leading show from across the World. This fair will be expecting as the best event in the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom industry.
For the sleek look  and contemporary color scheme.
Contrasting coloured cabinetry | Gloss kitchens | Kitchen | PHOTO GALLERY | Beautiful Kitchens |
Not really! I know it could be a cultural thing, but from kitchen planning perspective but the microwave oven above cooktop is a NO.Also, the cooktop straight beside the over tower is a No also. 

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