With the kitchen now functioning as both the practical and relational hub of the home, it makes sense to consider how the design of this space might best support your life. Who shares this space, and how do your paths intersect at key moments in the day? How do you want your kitchen to feel? – and what impression do you want this area of your home to have on your visitors?
Successfully solving these questions can make kitchen design something of a complex choreography, however with my background in architecture and dance I’m well placed to help you on that journey and confidently tailor your space so that it supports your best life.
“Celine grasped what was needed in terms of functionality and our lifestyle, as well as understanding how we wanted the space to feel. She offered creative alternatives to what we had originally envisaged, while remaining true to our aesthetic. Celine articulated and captured our vision better than we could have ourselves, creating a kitchen that is truly the heart of our home”
Hills Kitchen, Bayview, Auckland, NZ