The clear, graphic lines of the smooth, black Valchromat fronts create a wonderful contrast to the sloping roofs of this fantastic Berlin flat.
We choose copper sheet on the back wall not only protects the spotless white walls but also brings a warm atmosphere to this modern kitchen. In keeping with the Japanese aesthetic concept of wabi sabi, which sees true beauty in imperfection, we opted for a spatulated copper and slate for the worktop. The texture of these two materials brings lively naturalness and a touch of extravagance.
The kitchen was finished with a matching wine rack.
A small accent was also added in the bedroom, where storage space was created by a wardrobe that fits perfectly into an alcove under the geometric attic’s roof.
Did you like this project? We made another copper-walled kitchen, have a look here!