Splinter Works are the pioneers when it comes to kitchen design.
They have the ability to transform the kitchen into a piece of usable art. Splinter Works recently came out with a rare geometric kitchen design with a playful use of interacting shapes and materials. It elegantly blends both functionality and geometrics in its cooking surface dubbed wink.
The cooking surface is finished in Jesmonite and is pretty hardwearing and is guaranteed not to develop hairline cracks. It can withstand the immense weight of concrete block with gas hob, oven and storage drawers and is virtually very smooth.
Splinter Works strive to enrich the lives of users enhancing their environment and elevating the experience of everyday life. Formed in 2009, it is collaboration between Miles Hartwell and Matt Withington. The design studio is based thirty minutes south of London in Guildford. Majority of the worked produced are unique and they continue to enjoy working in conjunction with Interior Designers, Architects, Sound Engineers and Lighting Designers. All materials are handmade and extraordinary materials like mirror polished stainless steel, copper, jesmonite, concrete, lacquers, marbles and varieties of woods are used.
The wink is another brilliant example of Splinter Works that provides a sophisticated fresh feel with its simplicity, subtle sophistication, texture and clean lines.