The kitchen space is small but functional. There is a column with mirrored facades to the left of the entrance, behind which there is a built-in refrigerator, oven and storage space. The mirrors greatly enlarged the space and created an airy but roomy kitchen.
The work area consists of three lower sections and a single table top and splash back. Behind the work area, there is another storage space, which helped us eliminate massive upper cupboards, as well as install all necessary utility lines and conceal gas pipes.
Opposite the work area, there is a small glass table that dissolves against the glass partition in the wall opening. Such light portal visually enlarges the kitchen space and also serves a supplementary illumination.
There is a pendant lamp above the dining table, which becomes a accent of the portal.
Another noteworthy item in the kitchen is a metal panel outside the window. Instead of a typical lattice, we made a perforated panel with circular holes, which, on the one hand, protects the apartment from intruders and, on the other hand, is a source of eye filling shadows.