Davinia Sutton Kitchen Design Wins Major Award

The world’s best kitchen has been unveiled at a prestigious annual design awards ceremony in London. Alice Murphy reports for the Daily Mail on the prize, which was won by New Zealander Davinia Sutton.

The Designer Kitchen and Bathroom Awards celebrate residential kitchen and bathroom design projects worldwide.

Sutton’s design called the ‘Heaton Street’ kitchen, which won the International Design of the Year Award, references the street north of Christchurch city centre where it’s situated and marries a warm American oak with black granite surfaces and drawers, Murphy writes.

Sutton said the kitchen was designed for clients who requested an “uncluttered, chic, smooth space” made with edgy, urban materials.

The acclaimed designer, who won three accolades in the 2018 German Design Awards, had two kitchens in the final of this year’s Designer Kitchen and Bathroom Awards. The only other finalist was also a New Zealander – Leonie Metger of Cube Dentro, an Auckland designer.

Now in its 17th year, the Designer Kitchen and Bathroom Awards attract world-renowned designers and senior professionals from the interior industry.

Original article by Alice Murphy, Daily Mail, October 16, 2019.


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