W 38 AVENUE, Vancouver

As a child growing up, everything seems bigger, but when one returns to their ancestral home, everything seems the opposite. This is the reason our client wanted to do a complete renovation of his childhood home.

  • Style: LEICHT CONTINO Handleless
  • Doors: glossy Ceres in mohair and frosty white
  • Appliances: Gaggenau full appliance package
The interior architecture was completely re-imagined for modern times with new living spaces, home automation, and new cooking areas.
Germanhaus was given freedom of design, while working with an elite architecture firm, Luxe, to create a timeless and elegant kitchen design.
The island in the middle of the room acts as a landing area as well as storage, needed to grow but without decreasing traffic flow.
Combining the love of French-style decor with modern German cabinetry, this house is given a new lease on life, to serve future generations.
Challenges included redesigning the wall that housed refrigeration units, splitting them up and creating a feature wall with open shelves instead of cabinets that used to block the natural light.
Let's go straight ahead to take a look at the prep kitchen.
As both the main and prep kitchens were going to be taking up a large part of the main floor and needed to integrate with the rest of the interior architecture,...
...they turned to Leicht for modern and functional solutions that stand the test of time.