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Kitchen of the Week: Paul de Zwart of Another Country in London

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Kitchen of the Week: Paul de Zwart of Another Country in London

October 14, 2021

Our friend Paul de Zwart, the founder of contemporary craft furniture maker Another Country (and the former publisher of Wallpaper magazine), recently shared his newly renovated Northwest London kitchen with us. “Located in a Victorian terrace house, the project involved joining two rooms into one to create a new dine-in kitchen,” he says. “Much attention was placed on retaining the character of the house and ensuring that new and old were in harmony, hence the use of reclaimed flooring, placing emphasis on natural materials and textures, and keeping to the house’s proportions and original external openings.”

Photography by Guy Archard.

Here’s a look:

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Above: The Sebastian Cox-designed kitchen is by deVol (see our post Sebastian Cox for deVol in the UK). The salvaged wood floors are from reclamation experts Lassco, and the jute Nest Rug is by Australian company Armadillo (it’s available in the UK via Another Country). The steel door is from Perla Windows.
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Above: The streamlined appliances are from Fisher & Paykel.
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Above: The Lampe Gras 304 Wall Light by DCW Editions is available from YLighting (Paul sourced his from Twenty Twenty-One in London).
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Above: The lacquered red Joyce Cabinet is from Pinch Design. The Strand Pendant by Benjamin Hubert for Muuto is from Twenty Twenty-One. The espresso machine is from Rocket, and the grinder is from Mazzer.
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Above: The Hardy Dining Table in solid walnut and the oak Hardy Chairs are by David Irwin for Another Country.

For more characterful kitchens, see:

Rethinking Perfection in a Cabinetmaker’s Own Kitchen in Maine

A ‘Frankensteined’ Historic House in Philadelphia’s Fishtown, Before and After

A Glassmaker’s Imaginative Studio Kitchen in London, DIY Ikea Hacks Included

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