DAB Studio traces kitchen of Dutch dwelling with oak and Afromosia wooden

Dutch inside design observe DAB Studio has reworked the kitchen of a household dwelling in Zwaag, the Netherlands, by overlaying the flooring and ceiling in a single sort of wooden and the partitions and cupboards in one other.

DAB Studio aimed to create a “calm but soulful” inside with an earthy color palette made up of tan and impartial shades.

Quarter-sawn Afromosia wooden traces the partitions and kitchen models

The flooring and ceiling had been coated in hand-scraped oak with a smoked and black-oiled end, laid in a sample of side-by-side plank pairs.

Afromosia wooden, a tropical hardwood native to west Africa, was utilized to the partitions and cupboards. The wooden was quarter sawn to create an ornamental grain sample and add a way of playfulness to the inside.

Wood-lined dining room with a built-in seating nook
Oak planks had been laid in side-by-side pairs on the flooring and ceiling

DAB Studio co-founders, Lotte and Dennis Bruns, designed the inside to be an area that may stability “female and masculine parts” and mirror each of the house owners’ design tastes.

In accordance with the duo, the repeating wooden decisions for the completely different surfaces give the house a way of completeness.

Wood-lined kitchen with a black door and marble worktops
Marble worktops lengthen down the edges of the kitchen models

“Per the shopper’s request, we wished to merge the female and masculine imaginative and prescient of their new dwelling, balancing one another out in a single curated house,” the co-founders advised Dezeen.

“This allowed us to create distinctive areas in step with our shopper’s habits and pursuits whereas imbuing the house with a way of spaciousness and lightness.”

“With a view to merge all parts of the design, it felt essential to prioritise the theme of consistency,” the duo added.

“For that specific cause, the wooden of the ground is repeated on the ceiling, and the wooden used for cabinetry is sustained into the partitions of the room.”

The centrepiece of the kitchen is the island, which options Afromosia wooden cupboard doorways and a waterfall countertop produced from Arebescato Orobico marble.

Wooden cupboards alongside one kitchen wall had been additionally topped with a marble worktop, which extends down one aspect to border the unit.

Wood-clad seating nook with upholstered seating and a marble table by DAB Studio
The studio balanced “masculine and female” parts within the inside

DAB Studio added a eating nook under a window, designed to be an area flooded with pure mild the place the household can collect.

Seating with rounded corners wraps the three partitions of the nook. The seating base was coated in the identical wooden as the inside partitions, whereas the seat and backrest are coated in plush upholstery.

Wood-lined kitchen by DAB Studio with marble worktops
The quarter-sawn Afromosia wooden creates an ornamental grain

On the centre of the nook, an oblong desk with two blocky legs produced from Arebescato Orobico marble contrasts the rounded seating.

“The eating nook is the place the household can spend time collectively, welcome new conversations, and create core reminiscences,” mentioned Lotte and Dennis Bruns.

“The asymmetrical built-in banquette seating feels inviting with its spherical edges, and provides a dynamic really feel to the house.”

Banquette seating in a dining room nook with wood flooring, ceiling and walls by DAB Studio
The eating nook sits under a window

Ornamental gadgets and free-standing furnishings had been launched to the inside so as to add extra rounded parts, together with a Wiggle Chair by Frank Gehry.

Elsewhere within the Netherlands, Francois Verhoeven Architects has created a bungalow clad in vertical timber slats and Julia van Beuningen added a plywood staircase to a barn conversion.

The pictures is by Daniëlle Siobhán.