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Kitchen Covet | Belgian Kitchens

  • Four Belgian designers share their signature minimalist approach to kitchen design.

    We step inside four kitchens that epitomise material restraint and resolute craftsmanship that Belgian designers are renowned for.

    This piece originally appeared in est magazine issue 40.

    Steel and Stone by Marie Stadsbader

    Designed by Marie Stadsbader and realised by Belgian kitchen artisans Diapal, this minimal Jabbeke kitchen walks the line between functionality and aesthetic, combining industrial stainless steel work surfaces with raw, textural travertine.

    Knokke House by Nathalie Deboel

    Interior designer Nathalie Deboel’s occasional home in Knokke, Belgium calls on its coastal locale through sandy oak and warm grey tones. An integrated bench seat as part of the island bench creates symmetry in the kitchen and allows guests to cook and eat together in the same setting.

    Barn Leper by Anne-Cathérine Ramboux

    Anne-Catherine Ramboux designed the Barn Leper kitchen in Ypres, West Flanders to reflect the Flemish vernacular in material and form. The Ypres Barn kitchen draws on bespoke Rosewood cabinetry and Pierre de Varennes limestone to frame the rural landscape.

    Summer House Extension by Maister

    Multidisciplinary design studio Maister clad the kitchen in their Pool Pavilion project entirely in custom-made timber panels. The full-height timber cabinetry transitions seamlessly into the triangular roof, creating a sense of openness, together with the 15-metre long glass sliding doors.

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