Architect Visit: Dark European Kitchens by

Issue 44 · Black Furnishings · October 31, 2008

Architect Visit: Dark European Kitchens

Issue 44 · Black Furnishings · October 31, 2008

Why are European designers and architects so good at creating dark, moody spaces? Justin at Materialicious is a master at sourcing projects from European architects—both established and emerging. Here's a roundup of kitchens we've collected from his site (and other sources).

Below: A kitchen in Copenhagen by CPH Square.

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Below: A kitchen by Antwerp architect Vincent van Duysen.

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Below: A kitchen in an apartment in Ghent.

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Below: Another kitchen in Ghent.

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Below: A kitchen in Belgium by Steven de Paepe of ISO.

http://stevendepaepearchitect.jpg Below: An open kitchen in a Belgian house by architects Eddy François and Caroline De Wolf.

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Below: A rigorously austere space, from Belgium firm Stam Architecten.

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Below: A kitchen in Denmark by CPH Square.

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Below: A dark/light kitchen in London, via photographer Sarah Blee.

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Below: An austere European kitchen, via photographers Verne.

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