HALLMARK IVANHOE KITCHENS FEATURE PREMIUM GAGGENAU APPLIANCES, COMPLEMENTED AND ENCASED BY NATURAL STONE AND LUXURIOUS TIMBER FINISHES.
Well-appointed with waterfall countertops and integrated appliances, the kitchens feature a large peninsula bench and additional working space on either side of the cooktop. Designed for functionality but with an air of elegance, kitchens offer a stylish open plan entertaining zone for years to come. Hallmark colour schemes stem from a natural palette where the dark scheme allows more of a contrast with the stone and the lighter scheme adds to the brightness of the room.
Adam D’Sylva is co-owner of CODA and TONKA, two of Melbourne’s most sought after bars and restaurants. Adam brings his wealth of industry knowledge to ensure kitchens within Hallmark Ivanhoe are designed with functionality front and centre. Kitchens are more than a culinary hub, remaining at the core of entertaining, activity and cohesion in the home. Understanding the importance of practicality and aesthetics in kitchen design, Adam has merged these elements to deliver a luxurious gastronomic experience at Hallmark Ivanhoe.
“It’s a very elegant and simple building. It takes cues from the strength and sense of presence from modernist architecture in its simplicity and form”
NOT JUST TO THE HIGHEST STANDARDS BUT TO A GAGGENAU STANDARD.
As kitchens are increasingly becoming the center of the home, Gaggenau appliances feature a design language that transforms appliances into sculptural objects. Perfection is in the detail with every Gaggenau appliances, with precision and purity the overriding priority when assembling the components made from only the highest quality materials.
Using materials that are aesthetic and durable, including stainless steel, aluminum, brass, cast iron and glass, Gaggenau’s sophisticated product design always considers the effect of the appliance in the room.