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cabinets are glass – letting light shine right through. They also have concealed lighting top and bottom so are features of the wider open-plan space at night as well.” The under-counter cabinetry is walnut with a contrasting matt white lacquer. “In another move to visually optimise space, we stepped some lower cabinets out, thus avoiding the long, narrow lines synonymous with a galley-style layout.” To complete the scene, Cozen found a ’50s lamp in bits on site and restored it – this is now a centrepiece over the dining table. Designer/builder: Kevin Cozen ASID, Classical Progression Interior designer: Carolynn Cozen, Classical Progression Built-in cabinetry: Designer Kitchens LA Closet Interiors: Leno Cabinetry Cabinetry: Walnut and white lacquer, suspended aluminium frames with glass cabinet fronts and backs Countertop and splashback: Pure White Caesarstone from Royal Stone Oven: Thermador, Pro Series Hood: Thermador, Masterpiece Series Dishwasher: Thermador, Pro Series Refrigeration: Thermador, French Door and Pro Series Flooring: French oak, distressed Lighting: Restored light from original home over dining table. Awards: Trends International Design Awards (TIDA) Kitchens – Winner Story by Charles Moxham Photography by Chadwick Turner search: tida or 48579 at search | save | share at