Kitchen of the Week: Joined-Up Thinking in South-West London
We are always eager to see the latest from Uncommon Projects—the London-based designers and makers of bespoke plywood kitchens and cabinetry. Founded by an architect and a product designer, Alan Drumm and James Hoy, their projects are deceptively simple and immaculately executed. Bold color choices and unfussy design allows their cabinetry to work in any environment.
This is the kitchen of Julia Gilmour and her husband, Stephen—a three-story townhouse overlooking a park and private marina in Teddington, southwest London. The couple—keen cooks in their mid-60s—moved into the property four years ago, following a year-long renovation. The work was carried out without a lead architect, which enabled Alan to draw on his experience in interior architecture, reconfiguring the layout of the first-floor kitchen and using bespoke cabinetry and a taut palette of materials to create a sense of connection between each of the six split levels.
Join us for a look around.
Photography by Jocelyn Low for Uncommon Projects.
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