Flag Kitchen by LABEL architecture

Label architecture transformed your everyday, cramped in between two walls, apartment kitchen into a stunning piece of architecture. Since the transformation in 2006, this rooftop apartment in the uptown commune of Uccle (Brussels) deserves fully its status of penthouse.

The narrow kitchen was opened up by adding a glass wall behind the workspace. Giving it the impression of a bigger space and adding a sense of connection between the dining and work space. On a practical note: the glass division keeps those cooking odors in the kitchen. By transforming the existing kitchen terrace into an open black box, they could prolong the work surface into an additional floating table. Although the owners had to give up their five square meters of terrace, they gained a framed, breathtaking view to enjoy all seasons.

Paint the interior all white, add two high-gloss black design chairs and soon Frame magazine will knock on your door! The rough detailing of the naked plumbing and the smart use of materials make this little gem even more desirable. The I Love Belgium team feels like redoing their kitchen while simultaneous cooking an all white dish...

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