Tucked away in a quiet suburban street of workers cottages and federation era homes is the Northmead Kitchen. This project began life as a couple’s desire for more space, connection and functionality within their century-old home. At the time, the home consisted of a traditional layout of modest sized rooms with a kitchen separated from the living space. To achieve greater space and connection between the kitchen and living spaces meant the home owners needed to re-configure the rear of the house.
Working mostly within the original footprint, they conceived a large combined kitchen, dining and living space with 4 metre high ceilings, laundry, bathroom and outdoor entertaining area. It was around the time of construction that the home owners approached Dan Kitchens. Although plans had been drawn up for DA, the home owners needed to find someone who they could trust to get the most out of the kitchen space and help achieve their ambitions for this grand addition.