Trevor Brown Architects were commissioned to redesign an existing lean-to, cramped kitchen into an elegant, sunken garden room extension. The kitchen was relocated to the centre of the property, into an enlarged space with structural modifications. The new rear extension was intentionally off-set from the kitchen to segregate the spaces, whilst the curved wall softens the divide. The Kast Sand large format porcelain tiles act to unify the entire space and have been continued into the outside space, seamlessly linking the interior and exterior areas.
Our ‘Kast’ collection of large format porcelain tiles offers that perfect balance between a concrete-effect tile, limestone-effect with a subtle hint of terrazzo thrown in. It somehow manages to look contemporary enough but not ultra modern, and the soft shell details provide just enough interest underfoot. With the added bonus of 20mm thickness outdoor options too, this range provides a hardwearing and stylish indoor-outdoor surface.
“We wanted a large format floor tile to seamlessly link the kitchen, garden and room and outdoor spaces. The Kast is reminiscent of a sophisticated stone floor but with all the practicalities of a porcelain tile. The neutral but not too-cool, ‘Sand’ shade offered the perfect colour way for the space and the fact we could continue it to outside was a big bonus.”
Our Kast Collection offers four shades in a wide array of internal and external sizes options, the range can be viewed here.
Photography by Darren Chung