Officine Gullo for 'Green House Project'

The project born from the collaboration with the designer Alison Henry

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Officine Gullo for 'Green House Project'
28/10/2019 - In the heart of London, surrounded by greenery and in a picturesque and spectacular setting, a former veranda, completely renovated and characterized by a structure made of iron and glass, welcomes the new 'Green House Project' born from the collaboration between Officine Gullo and the designer, as well as the new Brand Ambassador, Alison Henry.

A collaboration awarded with the World of Interiors Award Decorex 2018 for the design which is currently being installed into Alisons own home. The extremely bright ambience, with a direct view of a magnificent garden, has been a source of inspiration in the choice of a total white look. The kitchen is the undisputed protagonist of the scene and it’s made of high thickness firepainted steel in the very elegant matt white shade with brushed nickel finishes. At the centre of the wall unit stands out the important cooking machine equipped with 4 high-performance burners, a smooth fry-top, a coup-de-feu and a pasta cooker.

The cooking appliance completes, in the lower part, with a professional oven and storage compartments. On the sides of the cooking machine there are two columns, one dedicated to the refrigerator and one that hides a breakfast area. The island, located in the centre of the kitchen, is designed to have a washing area with a double tap equipped sink and dishwasher inserted in the lower part. On the other side, the snack bar area that houses the comfortable stools. To create a stylistic continuity, both the backsplash and the top of the island are made of Calacatta Caldia marble.

Officine Gullo on ARCHIPRODUCTSOfficine Gullo for 'Green House Project'

Officine Gullo for 'Green House Project'

Officine Gullo for 'Green House Project'

Officine Gullo for 'Green House Project'

Officine Gullo for 'Green House Project'

Officine Gullo for 'Green House Project'

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