Bert & May has collaborated with Red Deer Architects to launch its new range of “architecturally designed” kitchens at its Vyner Street showroom.
The new kitchen designs focus on “honest materials and simplistic forms combined with an architectural attention to detail”, according to the company. The range is made from a “core palette of raw materials”, including brass, concrete, marble and reclaimed and engineered timber, while the carcases are made from birch-faced ply.
Studio Ore designed the brassware range to complement the new Bert & May kitchen range, with the taps for the range left unlacquered for a “modern industrial style and timeless appeal”, the company said.
“We are very proud to launch our new collection of statement kitchens,” said Bert & May co-founder and director Lee Thornley. “Working with Red Deer Architects, we have created a collection of three unique kitchens that align perfectly with our Bert & May aesthetic. Each kitchen is entirely bespoke and innovatively designed to create a real design statement in the home.”
The Bert & May group is a collection of three companies – Materials, Spaces and Encaustica – all threaded together by a passion for design, craftsmanship and discovery.
As pioneers of the design industry, the Bert & May Group is a lifestyle brand with a difference. With their unique offering of materials and cutting-edge design concepts, Bert & May are becoming a name synonymous with innovation and originality with a head office and flagship Bert & May studio in Bethnal Green – the creative hub of East London’s design district. Red Deer is a herd of three Architects, friends and designers – formed by Ciarán O’Brien, Lucas Che Tizard and Lionel Real de Azúa in an attempt to better engage with the world around them. Love for the unexpected forms a starting point in their design work, studio ethos and adventures in travel.
see www.bertandmaykitchens.com for a look at their exclusive range