April 28, 2010

Designer Kitchen by Graft


via : the cool hunter

Loft Hamburg, located in a restored building in Winterhude district of Hamburg, is a private 118 square-meter residence designed by Graft. The focal point of the high-ceilinged and otherwise white space is a large pod paneled with walnut. The pod contains the residence’s kitchen and bathroom, hides its central heating, cooling and plumbing, and even provides some cupboards and bookshelves. The owner was looking to use a wide variety of materials, and the walnut pod contrasts beautifully with the soft fabrics, leather and natural stone used elsewhere in the loft.

Graft is an architecture, urban planning and design company established in 1998 in Los Angeles by German architects, Lars Krückeberg, Wolfram Putz, Thomas Willemeit and Gregor Hoheisel,.

The Berlin office opened in 2001, and Beijing office in 2004. Alejandra Lillo joined Graft as the fifth partner in Los Angeles in 2007. Graft’s well-known projects include The Emperor Hotel in Beijing, DC Shoes Store in Los Angeles and the W Hotel in New York. - Tuija Seipell.


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