DESIGNER KITCHEN SERIES TIMELESS
Crossover with Chris Bosse
Timeless kitchen with a twist.
The iconic yet modest design and refined details of Timeless emits an everlasting charm. A clean, modern look is punctuated by vertical lines, reminiscent of water streaming down a window. These vertical lines add distinctive contrast to the one continuous plane of kitchen elements – cabinetry and appliances.
Pops of colour add customisation – featuring Lava Green, a signature in most of Chris Bosse’s design while the geometrical accent light and shade creates a unique focal point. Mirrored splashbacks, coloured edges, concealed doors, and worktops set a new benchmark for kitchen elegance.
Carcase \ Huracan System
Carcase Finishing \ Powder Coated
Surface Panel \ Compact Panel
Worktop \ Compact Panel
Handle \ A 01F & A 01M
Drawer System & Hinges \ Blum (Austria) Series
Vertical lines – inspired by water streaming down a window
Timeless in elegance, this is a kitchen that entails a touch of nature with a twist. The distinctive vertical lines are design expressions inspired by water streaming down a window. These vertical lines are curated into this timeless piece through the combination of shelving, handle design, pops of colours, surface engraving and light design – putting together a new standard for aluminium kitchen.
The kitchen opens up more eating, prepping, cooking and entertaining space than imaginable with the kitchen island in the foreground, while showcasing a clean, modern wall of cabinetry with minimalistic pantry, enclosed storage and open shelving in the background.
Vertical gallery – openly showcases any collection on display
The towering shelving at one end of the kitchen island sculpts a vertical gallery that openly showcases any collection on display. The shelving of steel and glass structurally beamed up the features of the island.
Open Glass Shelving
Flawless cabinet interior – a breakthrough for aluminium open shelving
The open glass shelving creates a sense of space and offers a wealth of display possibilities. Illuminated with recessed integrated lighting, the shelving gleams and add finesse to the kitchen.
The interior of this open shelf is Alustil’s significant step forward towards innovation and aesthetics. Flawless cabinet interior, a breakthrough for aluminium open shelving.
A stunning centrepiece – creates warmth & ambience throughout the kitchen
Day or night, the geometrical accent light and shade makes a stunning centrepiece, creating warmth and ambience throughout the kitchen. Initially designed by Bosse for his residence in Sydney, this is an acrylic version made by Alustil. The acrylic ribs shaped the light into a cloud.
Space of possibilities – opens up to eating, prepping, cooking, entertaining & more
Both modern and functional, the kitchen island opens up more eating, prepping, cooking, and entertaining space imaginable. Its one-piece wood textured worktop gives a touch of warmth, and the detailing of the engraved line brings unity to the overall design.
Pulls out gorgeously – ergonomically designed inward bevelled edge
The grey drawer set pulls out gorgeously with Alustil’s new line of handles with inward bevelled edge for fingers to pull open, smoothly, and they appear hidden when closed. The space created by this handle design appears as recessed gaps between cabinet doors, and it is just the right handle to provide the gapping design intended by Bosse.
The vertical thin lines engraved on the compact surfaces of cabinet doors and worktop are Bosse’s expression of water streaming down a window, a unified design element throughout the kitchen. The lines are engraved with precision, a newly developed surface detailing technique by Alustil.
Behind the design.
Chris Bosse, has the aptitude in translating nature into architecture and design. His works are most often, inspired by humankind, nature and technology – prominently known for his multiple award-winning work on the Watercube, National Aquatic Centre in Beijing.
An architect notable for large-scale and ambitious projects across Asia and the Middle East, he had recently forged into smaller-scale design projects when he started renovating the interior of his residence and chanced his way into designing kitchens for Alustil.
Adapting his architectural practice into kitchen designing, Bosse’s kitchen design for Alustil marks a breakthrough for Alustil’s journey towards innovation, concept and design.
International Award Designer
- 2004 Atmosphere Award, Venice Biennale of Architecture
- 2008 AR Emerging Architect Award
- 2008 Emerging Architect Award, RIBA London
- 2009 AAFAB Architectural Association London
- 2010-2016 Sydney Architecture Prize
- 2016 European Prize for Architecture
Beijing National Aquatics Centre
Book-loving Bus Called Russ
Digital Origami Tigers
Green Climate Fund Bonn
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