Informal brasserie-style dining was the inspiration for this post-industrial collection, which fuses relaxed entertaining with cooking. Both host and guest can indulge in the kind of theatre sought by those who appreciate the ‘chefs table’ experience in a modern style kitchen.
‘Brasserie’ is characterised by the honesty of horizontal bands of timber, with joinery selected for its attractive knots and individual variations and selected for their character. Every detail, from handles to hinges, is carefully referenced to its engineered, industrial provenance. Carrying the theme of ‘linearity’ throughout, ‘Brasserie’ favours sleek, softened squared edges over curves. Nickel and brushed stainless steel are juxtaposed with natural, exposed wood to create a modern and collaborative space.
As at home in a luxury ski chalet as a chic beachfront villa, the Brasserie is a truly versatile design. Smallbone have reimagined this design for a city setting as an urban style kitchen.
Featuring bespoke additions, such as a standalone sink unit, integrated chopping board and a floating batterie de cuisine suspended above the working island, this interpretation of the Brasserie style celebrates both the functionality and informal character of the design.