Steal This Look: Broulee Shack Kitchen by Nathan Gibson Judd
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We like this minimalist approach to seaside living from Australian architect Nathan Gibson Judd , who calls the project "a contemporary reinterpretation of the robust/rudimentary fibro Australian beach houses of the 1950s and 60s, which embodied an ethos of minimum amenity and basic construction." The elements are simple: a plywood-paneled ceiling, a stainless counter with integrated sink, and rudimentary open shelving. See another project by Judd at Architect Visit: Nathan Gibson Judd in Australia . Above: Judd created an instant kitchen area with stainless steel components from a restaurant supply company. Above: Open shelving contains a collection of glassware from Iittalla. Above: Judd built a counter/divider unit that serves a dual function: it separates the living and dining area and also conceals two standard-issue stainless work stations. Above: The Cucina Tavolo worktable in stainless steel with an adjustable work shelf is available in a range of sizes, starting at 48 inches long and 24 inches wide for $813 at the Stainless Steel Store. Above: The One Compartment Utility Sink with Two Drainboards is $2,212 at the Stainless Steel Store. Above: The Stainless Steel Store offers a variety of faucets configured to work with its line of utility sinks, including the 12-Inch O.C. Faucet from Aero Manufacturing ; $162. Above: The Dish Doctor countertop drainer, by Australian designer Marc Newson, is made in Italy by Magis and is available from Hive Modern for $70. Above: The Peugeot Lacquer Paris U'Select Salt and Pepper Mills are $57.95 each at Sur la Table. Above: Marimekko Oiva White Ceramic Teapot ; $75 at Crate & Barrel. Above: The Iittala Kartio 1-Quart Pitcher is $70 and the Iittala Kartio 7-Ounce Tumbler is $20 for a set of two at Amazon.