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Eight concrete kitchens with uncooked and tactile surfaces

Kitchens with exposed concrete surfaces acquire centre phase in this lookbook, which features houses in Mexico, Japan and Eire.

Concrete is a ubiquitous content in architecture, but it is much less frequently utilized in interiors – especially in residential spaces these as kitchens.

Having said that, its durability and impermeability make it an ideal area substance for cooking and foodstuff planning, while its uncooked aesthetic can create a striking backdrop for dining and entertaining.

This is the most recent in our lookbooks sequence, which offers visual inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. Other the latest editions showcase airy balconies, marble bathrooms and gallery interiors.


Concrete kitchen of House in Jiyugaoka
Picture by Toshiyuki Yano

Dwelling in Jiyugaoka, Japan, by Airhouse Layout Business

Airhouse Style and design Business office established this kitchen as element of its renovation of an condominium for a vogue fanatic in Nagoya, Japan.

Like the rest of the property, the kitchen’s partitions, ground and ceiling have been stripped back to expose the concrete beneath. Whilst some spots were remaining with chipped edges and plaster, other folks have been polished for a easy complete.

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Interior of Casa H3 by Luciano Kruk
Image by Daniela Mac Adden

Casa H3, Argentina, by Luciano Kruk

This open up-system kitchen and eating home sits on the floor floor of a holiday property by architect Luciano Kruk in Mar Azul.

Blending seamlessly into the home’s concrete structure, it functions geometric shelving and kitchen counters that prolong from the partitions and flooring. Its industrial search is complemented by an enamel pendant mild and a pair of wireframe chairs.

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Concrete kitchen of Casa Alférez by Ludwig Godefroy
Picture by Rory Gardiner

Casa Alférez, Mexico, by Ludwig Godefroy

In a pine forest in Mexico, architect Ludwig Godefroy created a brutalist dice-formed home that is built from concrete solid in situ.

This features its kitchen, where by the shelving and worktops are also all solid from concrete. Listed here, their uncooked finishes are juxtaposed with delicate ceramics and Danish designer Hans Wegner’s Wishbone chairs, visually softening the space.

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Sunken kitchen inside Flower House by Ezzo
Photograph by João Ferrand

Flower House, Portugal, by Ezzo

The concrete worktops of this sunken kitchen double up as a sleek floor for the eating space at Flower Home, a renovated dwelling in Porto.

Wood-fronted cabinets slot in beneath the flooring, which was hand-poured on site and has been protected with a water resistant coating to give it a polished appear.

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Interior of Toad's House, Mexico, by Espacio 18 Arquitectura
Photo by Onnis Luque and Fabian Martinez

Toad’s Dwelling, Mexico, by Espacio 18 Arquitectura

During the minimalist Toad’s Home on Zapotengo Beach front in Oaxaca, architecture studio Espacio 18 has remaining the concrete construction unfinished and exposed.

In the bar-style kitchen, the board-marked partitions are teamed with glass ornaments and woven baskets, although a central island has been topped with a wooden countertop.

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Concrete kitchen of House T, Japan, by Suppose Design Office
Photograph by Toshiyuki Yano

Residence T, Japan, by Suppose Design Business

This concrete kitchen is between the purposely dim and cave-like dwelling areas in the monolithic dwelling that Suppose Layout Business designed for its founder in Tokyo.

Its concrete walls and worktops have tactile finishes, which stand in opposition to a backdrop of significant stone flooring tiles and wood furnishings.

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Hollybrook Road extension in Ireland by TOB Architect
Picture by Aisling McCoy

Hollybrook Street, Eire, by TOB Architect

Irish studio TOB Architect made this concrete kitchen area extension to evoke the experience of “becoming a baby below a incredibly sturdy table”.

It was cast in situ as one particular geometric sort with the target of creating a seamless and cavernous search inside of. The architect chose an usually restrained product palette of terrazzo, walnut and Accoya wood in an energy to keep concentration on the texture of the concrete.

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Interior of Casa Golf, Argentina, by Luciano Kruk
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Casa Golf, Argentina, by Luciano Kruk

Another concrete kitchen by architect Luciano Kruk is located in Casa Golfing, a getaway home on the Argentinian coastline.

Paired with black cupboards and extractor ducting, its dim-grey surfaces insert texture to the area without distracting from the outward views framed by the range of windows that line the place.

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This is the latest in our lookbooks sequence, which supplies visual inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. Other new editions showcase ethereal balconies, marble loos and gallery interiors.