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681 ideas para cocinas modernas con encimera de piedra caliza

Westlake Kitchen Remodel
Westlake Kitchen Remodel
Meier ResidentialMeier Residential
Meier Residential, LLC
Ejemplo de cocinas en U minimalista de tamaño medio cerrado con fregadero de un seno, armarios con paneles lisos, puertas de armario grises, encimera de piedra caliza, salpicadero multicolor, salpicadero con mosaicos de azulejos, electrodomésticos con paneles, suelo de corcho y una isla
Balwyn North Whole House
Balwyn North Whole House
The Kitchen Design CentreThe Kitchen Design Centre
Yvonne Menegol
Imagen de cocinas en L minimalista grande abierta con fregadero bajoencimera, armarios con paneles lisos, puertas de armario blancas, salpicadero verde, salpicadero de mármol, electrodomésticos negros, suelo de madera en tonos medios, una isla, suelo marrón, encimeras grises y encimera de piedra caliza
Vogue
Vogue
VESTAVESTA
This Pied-a Terre in the city was designed to be a comfortable haven for this client. She loves to cook and interact with her husband at the same time. The main walls of the kitchen were removed to incorporate the entire living space. Sleek high end appliances were utilized to minimize the look of the kitchen and enhance a furniture look. Sleek European Cabinetry extends into the living space to create a media center that doubles as a buffet for the terrace. The tall monolithic column conceals the built in coffee machine on the kitchen side. The tiered soffits define the kitchen space while functionally allowing for recessed lighting. The warm chocolate and sand colored palette allows the kitchen to integrate cohesively with the remainder of the apartment.
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Lake Calhoun Organic Modern
Lake Calhoun Organic Modern
John Kraemer & SonsJohn Kraemer & Sons
Builder: John Kraemer & Sons | Photography: Landmark Photography
Ejemplo de cocina minimalista pequeña con armarios con paneles lisos, encimera de piedra caliza, salpicadero beige, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable, suelo de cemento, una isla y puertas de armario de madera en tonos medios
Elwood Residence
Elwood Residence
DW Architects and InteriorsDW Architects and Interiors
Imagen de cocina moderna de tamaño medio abierta con fregadero bajoencimera, puertas de armario de madera en tonos medios, encimera de piedra caliza, salpicadero verde, salpicadero de piedra caliza, electrodomésticos negros, suelo de madera clara, una isla, suelo beige, encimeras grises y armarios con paneles lisos
Walnut Kitchen
Walnut Kitchen
Kaimade WoodworkingKaimade Woodworking
Aaron Kllc
Modelo de cocinas en L minimalista de tamaño medio cerrada con fregadero bajoencimera, armarios con paneles lisos, puertas de armario de madera en tonos medios, encimera de piedra caliza, salpicadero blanco, salpicadero de azulejos tipo metro, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable, suelo de baldosas de cerámica y una isla
proyecto y reforma integral M66
proyecto y reforma integral M66
mas2mas2
Imagen de cocina comedor moderna con fregadero bajoencimera, armarios con paneles con relieve, encimera de piedra caliza, salpicadero de piedra caliza y suelo de piedra caliza
CSN | 110 mq
CSN | 110 mq
L'UsineL'Usine
Modelo de cocina minimalista de tamaño medio abierta con fregadero encastrado, armarios con rebordes decorativos, puertas de armario grises, encimera de piedra caliza, salpicadero negro, electrodomésticos negros, suelo de baldosas de cerámica, una isla, suelo gris y encimeras negras
Reforma cocina Poblenou
Reforma cocina Poblenou
SincroSincro
Sincro
Diseño de cocina minimalista de tamaño medio cerrada sin isla con fregadero de un seno, armarios con paneles lisos, puertas de armario blancas, encimera de piedra caliza, salpicadero marrón, salpicadero de piedra caliza, electrodomésticos negros, suelo de baldosas de porcelana y suelo marrón
San Francisco Residence
San Francisco Residence
Tierney Conner ArchitectureTierney Conner Architecture
This Noe Valley whole-house renovation maximizes natural light and features sculptural details. A new wall of full-height windows and doors allows for stunning views of downtown San Francisco. A dynamic skylight creates shifting shadows across the neutral palette of bleached oak cabinetry, white stone and silicone bronze. In order to avoid the clutter of an open plan the kitchen is intentionally outfitted with minimal hardware, integrated appliances and furniture grade cabinetry and detailing. The white range hood offers subtle geometric interest, leading the eyes upwards towards the skylight. This light-filled space is the center of the home. Architecture by Tierney Conner Design Studio Photography by David Duncan Livingston
FINNE Kitchen Seattle
FINNE Kitchen Seattle
FINNE ArchitectsFINNE Architects
Architect Nils Finne has created a new, highly crafted modern kitchen in his own traditional Tudor home located in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle. The kitchen design relies on the creation of a very simple continuous space that is occupied by intensely crafted cabinets, counters and fittings. Materials such as steel, walnut, limestone, textured Alaskan yellow cedar, and sea grass are used in juxtaposition, allowing each material to benefit from adjacent contrasts in texture and color. The existing kitchen was enlarged slightly by removing a wall between the kitchen and pantry. A long, continuous east-west space was created, approximately 25-feet long, with glass doors at either end. The east end of the kitchen has two seating areas: an inviting window seat with soft cushions as well as a desk area with seating, a flat-screen computer, and generous shelving for cookbooks. At the west end of the kitchen, an unusual “L”-shaped door opening has been made between the kitchen and the dining room, in order to provide a greater sense of openness between the two spaces. The ensuing challenge was how to invent a sliding pocket door that could be used to close off the two spaces when the occasion required some separation. The solution was a custom door with two panels, and series of large finger joints between the two panels allowing the door to become “L” shaped. The resulting door, called a “zipper door” by the local fabricator (Quantum Windows and Doors), can be pushed completely into a wall pocket, or slid out and then the finger joints allow the second panel to swing into the “L”-shape position. In addition to the “L”-shaped zipper door, the renovation of architect Nils Finne’s own house presented other opportunity for experimentation. Custom CNC-routed cabinet doors in Alaskan Yellow Cedar were built without vertical stiles, in order to create a more continuous texture across the surface of the lower cabinets. LED lighting was installed with special aluminum reflectors behind the upper resin-panel cabinets. Two materials were used for the counters: Belgian Blue limestone and Black walnut. The limestone was used around the sink area and adjacent to the cook-top. Black walnut was used for the remaining counter areas, and an unusual “finger” joint was created between the two materials, allowing a visually intriguing interlocking pattern , emphasizing the hard, fossilized quality of the limestone and the rich, warm grain of the walnut both to emerge side-by-side. Behind the two counter materials, a continuous backsplash of custom glass mosaic provides visual continuity. Laser-cut steel detailing appears in the flower-like steel bracket supporting hanging pendants over the window seat as well as in the delicate steel valence placed in front of shades over the glass doors at either end of the kitchen. At each of the window areas, the cabinet wall becomes open shelving above and around the windows. The shelving becomes part of the window frame, allowing for generously deep window sills of almost 10”. Sustainable design ideas were present from the beginning. The kitchen is heavily insulated and new windows bring copious amounts of natural light. Green materials include resin panels, low VOC paints, sustainably harvested hardwoods, LED lighting, and glass mosaic tiles. But above all, it is the fact of renovation itself that is inherently sustainable and captures all the embodied energy of the original 1920’s house, which has now been given a fresh life. The intense craftsmanship and detailing of the renovation speaks also to a very important sustainable principle: build it well and it will last for many, many years! Overall, the kitchen brings a fresh new spirit to a home built in 1927. In fact, the kitchen initiates a conversation between the older, traditional home and the new modern space. Although there are no moldings or traditional details in the kitchen, the common language between the two time periods is based on richly textured materials and obsessive attention to detail and craft.
Carmen & Emilio
Carmen & Emilio
Volta_Volta_
Foto de cocina lineal moderna abierta con armarios con paneles lisos, puertas de armario blancas, encimera de piedra caliza, suelo de piedra caliza, una isla, suelo marrón y encimeras marrones
Decoración Vivienda de Alquiler Barrio Salamanca
Decoración Vivienda de Alquiler Barrio Salamanca
Interior Home StagingInterior Home Staging
Vivienda decorada para el alquiler. Cocina blanca moderna con isla. Acompaña el conjunto taburetes regulables en altura de madera de roble.
Diseño de cocina comedor gris y blanca minimalista pequeña con fregadero de un seno, armarios con paneles lisos, puertas de armario blancas, encimera de piedra caliza, salpicadero verde, salpicadero de piedra caliza, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable, suelo de madera en tonos medios, una isla, suelo marrón y encimeras grises
West 70th Street Residence
West 70th Street Residence
pulltabpulltab
Calacatta tile backsplash. Atlantic Bluestone kitchen counter. Corian lower countertop. American black walnut flooring. Photo: Mikiko Kikuyama
FINNE Kitchen Seattle
FINNE Kitchen Seattle
FINNE ArchitectsFINNE Architects
Architect Nils Finne has created a new, highly crafted modern kitchen in his own traditional Tudor home located in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle. The kitchen design relies on the creation of a very simple continuous space that is occupied by intensely crafted cabinets, counters and fittings. Materials such as steel, walnut, limestone, textured Alaskan yellow cedar, and sea grass are used in juxtaposition, allowing each material to benefit from adjacent contrasts in texture and color. The existing kitchen was enlarged slightly by removing a wall between the kitchen and pantry. A long, continuous east-west space was created, approximately 25-feet long, with glass doors at either end. The east end of the kitchen has two seating areas: an inviting window seat with soft cushions as well as a desk area with seating, a flat-screen computer, and generous shelving for cookbooks. At the west end of the kitchen, an unusual “L”-shaped door opening has been made between the kitchen and the dining room, in order to provide a greater sense of openness between the two spaces. The ensuing challenge was how to invent a sliding pocket door that could be used to close off the two spaces when the occasion required some separation. The solution was a custom door with two panels, and series of large finger joints between the two panels allowing the door to become “L” shaped. The resulting door, called a “zipper door” by the local fabricator (Quantum Windows and Doors), can be pushed completely into a wall pocket, or slid out and then the finger joints allow the second panel to swing into the “L”-shape position. In addition to the “L”-shaped zipper door, the renovation of architect Nils Finne’s own house presented other opportunity for experimentation. Custom CNC-routed cabinet doors in Alaskan Yellow Cedar were built without vertical stiles, in order to create a more continuous texture across the surface of the lower cabinets. LED lighting was installed with special aluminum reflectors behind the upper resin-panel cabinets. Two materials were used for the counters: Belgian Blue limestone and Black walnut. The limestone was used around the sink area and adjacent to the cook-top. Black walnut was used for the remaining counter areas, and an unusual “finger” joint was created between the two materials, allowing a visually intriguing interlocking pattern , emphasizing the hard, fossilized quality of the limestone and the rich, warm grain of the walnut both to emerge side-by-side. Behind the two counter materials, a continuous backsplash of custom glass mosaic provides visual continuity. Laser-cut steel detailing appears in the flower-like steel bracket supporting hanging pendants over the window seat as well as in the delicate steel valence placed in front of shades over the glass doors at either end of the kitchen. At each of the window areas, the cabinet wall becomes open shelving above and around the windows. The shelving becomes part of the window frame, allowing for generously deep window sills of almost 10”. Sustainable design ideas were present from the beginning. The kitchen is heavily insulated and new windows bring copious amounts of natural light. Green materials include resin panels, low VOC paints, sustainably harvested hardwoods, LED lighting, and glass mosaic tiles. But above all, it is the fact of renovation itself that is inherently sustainable and captures all the embodied energy of the original 1920’s house, which has now been given a fresh life. The intense craftsmanship and detailing of the renovation speaks also to a very important sustainable principle: build it well and it will last for many, many years! Overall, the kitchen brings a fresh new spirit to a home built in 1927. In fact, the kitchen initiates a conversation between the older, traditional home and the new modern space. Although there are no moldings or traditional details in the kitchen, the common language between the two time periods is based on richly textured materials and obsessive attention to detail and craft.
Texas Hill Country Retreat
Texas Hill Country Retreat
Laura Roberts DesignLaura Roberts Design
Kitchen. Photos by Casey Dunn.
Modelo de cocina moderna grande con armarios con paneles lisos, encimera de piedra caliza, salpicadero beige, salpicadero de azulejos de cemento, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable, suelo de cemento, una isla y suelo gris
Pines Terrace Residence
Pines Terrace Residence
KA DesignWorksKA DesignWorks
Kitchen by Ellis Design | Dallas & Harris Photography
Diseño de cocinas en U moderno de tamaño medio abierto con fregadero bajoencimera, armarios con paneles lisos, puertas de armario de madera en tonos medios, suelo de madera oscura, una isla, suelo marrón, encimera de piedra caliza, electrodomésticos con paneles y encimeras blancas
APARTAMENTO MOUNTAIN ANDORRA
APARTAMENTO MOUNTAIN ANDORRA
Jordi Miralles FotografiaJordi Miralles Fotografia
Jordi Miralles fotografia
Ejemplo de cocina comedor minimalista grande con fregadero de un seno, armarios con paneles lisos, puertas de armario negras, encimera de piedra caliza, salpicadero negro, salpicadero de piedra caliza, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable, una isla, encimeras negras, suelo de madera clara y suelo beige
South Melbourne
South Melbourne
DW Architects and InteriorsDW Architects and Interiors
Diseño de cocina moderna de tamaño medio abierta con fregadero bajoencimera, puertas de armario de madera clara, encimera de piedra caliza, salpicadero de vidrio, electrodomésticos negros, suelo de madera clara, una isla y encimeras grises

681 ideas para cocinas modernas con encimera de piedra caliza

Lake Calhoun Organic Modern
Lake Calhoun Organic Modern
John Kraemer & SonsJohn Kraemer & Sons
Builder: John Kraemer & Sons | Photography: Landmark Photography
Imagen de cocina minimalista pequeña con armarios con paneles lisos, puertas de armario de madera oscura, encimera de piedra caliza, salpicadero beige, electrodomésticos de acero inoxidable, suelo de cemento y una isla
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