Posted 10th June

Commodore Kitchens picked for Wood Wharf district

10th June 2019 - 15:20pm
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Essex-based Commodore Kitchens has been chosen to install the kitchens for the new Wood Wharf district within London’s Canary Wharf, recently completing phase one of the project.

Wood Wharf – a residential-led development from Canary Wharf Group – will comprise 3,300 new homes alongside close to 2 million sq ft of commercial accommodation and 490,000sq ft of retail, hospitality and community spaces.

The first phase of the residential development comprises one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and studios across four individually designed blocks.

Commodore said it developed a kitchen scheme to complement the interior design and layout of the apartments while also providing a scalable design that can be modified to fit the varied sizes of the spaces.

Commodore designed the kitchens in a neutral palette of natural hues and white surfaces to “emphasise a sense of space” with slim lines and “minimalist aesthetic”. Handleless, natural oak cupboards, and marble worktops and splashbacks were used alongside chrome sinks and taps.

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