This authentic, variegated and unusual rustic kitchen was designed and built inside a preserved Templar building which was restored by Arco, a company that specializes in reconstruction of historical buildings.
The kitchen is placed upon a natural stone floor which helps complete a look that is rustic in every sense of the word. One can only be impressed by the mélange of furniture, art and design objects that have been incorporated into the space, which is very characteristic of many rustic style kitchens.
It is to a great extent a “kitchen of objects” with different areas that are separate but at the same time are involved in a design dialogue with one another. The kitchen is made of carefully selected French oak with lots of “eyes and cracks” and it has a “sawn wood” finish. The “saw” lines give the kitchen a sense of family warmth and gentle nostalgia.