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One way to meld a kitchen smoothly into an open-plan space is to make it part of the wider design. This not only helps the workspace seem to disappear, it is also an opportunity to expand and celebrate the interior scheme. This kitchen is in a residence created by builder Adrian Zorzi as a display home. In the end, he liked it so much that he bought the house for himself. Designer Dominik Frisina created the interiors, including the kitchen. “The concept was that the kitchen merge with the living spaces, adopting a galley layout often associated with penthouse apartments. Above: Living areas and kitchen are seamlessly integrated in this design by Dominik Frisina. A shared material palette and common architectural forms both play their part. Left: The blade ceiling is centred over the kitchen upstand. This connects to the white formwork, which in turn frames the black cabinetry. The tight composition gives the kitchen a strong sculptural presence. search | save | share at 27