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Blue tea kitchen design

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Blue Tea is a Sydney based kitchen and colour designs company. We pride ourselves in delivering to you the most experienced design and production team to meet your needs and to work with in your …

Blue Tea is a Sydney based kitchen and colour designs company. We pride ourselves in delivering to you the most experienced design and production team to meet your needs and to work with in your budget.
We only source high end products, such as Blum and CaesarStone, but cut out the salespeople, so the final result is not a high end price.


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  • 1. Blue Tea Kitchens + Colour
    An insiders guide to kitchen design
  • 2. An inside guide to kitchen design
    RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
    DESIGN AESTHETIC AND
    DESIGN FUNCTIONALITY
    CASE STUDY: THE JONES’S KITCHEN
  • 3. BALANCING ACT
    OPTIMAL KITCHEN DESIGN is a balancing act between design aesthetics and design functionality
  • 4. WHAT IS AESTHETICS?
    * DICTIONARY DEFINED
  • 5. WHERE DID IT ORGINATE FROM?
    AESTHETICS: ORIGIN
    late 18th century (in the sense 'relating to perception by the senses'): from Greek aisthētikos, from aisthēta 'perceptible things', from aisthesthai 'perceive'. The sense 'concerned with beauty' was coined in German in the mid 18th century and adopted into English in the early 19th century, but its use was controversial until late in the century
  • 6. WHAT IS FUNCTION?
    * DICTIONARY DEFINED
  • 7. WHERE DID IT ORGINATE FROM?
    FUNCTION: ORIGIN
    mid 16th century: from French fonction, from Latin functio(n-), from fungi 'perform'
  • 8. IN SUMMARY
    AESTHETICS IS RELATED TO BEAUTY, IS SENSORY AND EMOTIVE DRIVEN AND IS SUBJECTIVE
    FUNCTION IS RELATED TO PURPOSE AND PRACTICALITY AND IS OBJECTIVE
    EXCELLENT KITCHEN DESIGN IS A BALANCING ACT BETWEEN THE TWO
  • 9. DESIGN AESTHETICS: A GREAT KITCHEN DESIGNER SHOULD...
    Assess clients aesthetic style through questions and observations and design the kitchen accordingly using:
  • 10. FUNCTIONALITY: A GREAT KITCHEN DESIGNER SHOULD…
    Assess the clients space through measurements and observations and design the kitchen accordingly using:
  • 11. A CASE STUDYTHE JONES’S KITCHEN
  • 12. THE DESIGN PROCESS OF THE JONES’S KITCHEN
    WE ARE GOING TO EXAMINE THE STEPS IN HOW WE ACHIEVED THEIR STRIKING KITCHEN DESIGN
    AESTHETICS OUR SOLUTIONS TO THE QUESTIONS WE ASKED
    FUNCTION OUR SOLUTIONS TO THEIR REQUIREMENTS
  • 13. THE JONES’S KITCHENTHE LOOK THEY WANTED
    SLEEK
    CLEAN LINES
    SIMPLE
    COSY
    DIFFERENT
    LOOK LIKE FURNITURE/
    NOT A KITCHEN
    WARM
    CONTEMPORARY
  • 14. HOW WE CREATED THIS:
    GEOMETRIC LINES CREATING SYMMETRY AND BALANCE
    ELONGATED LINES LARGE SETS OF STREAMLINED DRAWERS CREATING DEPTH OF SPACE
    OPEN PLAN KITCHEN SPACE ALLOWING AN INTEGRATED CONTEMPORARY LIFESTYLE
    CONTEMPORARY
    CLEAN LINES
    SIMPLE
  • 15. HOW WE CREATED THIS:
    WARM COLOUR HUES BALANCING LIGHTER AND DARKER TONES
    POLYURETHANE MATT FINISH TO GIVE A SOPHISTICATED AND SUBTLE LOOK
    DARKER CEILING TO DEFINE KITCHEN SPACE AND ADD COSINESS
    WARM
    COSY
    SLEEK
  • 16. HOW WE CREATED THIS:
    HANDLESS CABINETRY FOR STREAMLINED EFFECT
    CONCEALEDSTORAGE SOLUTIONS
    INTEGRATED LIGHTING TO CREATE ATMOSPHERE IN THE EVENINGS
    SPLASH OF COLOUR IN THE SPLASHBACK AND SEATING TO CREATE INDIVIDUALITY
    LOOK LIKE FURNITURE
    AND NOT A KITCHEN
    DIFFERENT
  • 17.
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  • 20. THE JONES’S KITCHENTHE FUNCTION THEY REQUIRED
    INTEGRATED LIVING/
    DINING
    DEFINED
    AREA’S
    QUALITY
    PRODUCTS
    ERGONOMIC
    AMPLE
    BENCH SPACE
    SMART STORAGE
    SOLUTIONS
    EASY TO CLEAN
  • 21. HOW WE CREATED THIS:
    LARGE ISLAND BENCH TOP UNCLUTTERED AREA FOR FOOD PREPARATION/ DINING
    LARGE DRAWER SETS LOCATED NEAR COOKING AREA FOR PLATES, POTS AND PANS ETC. DRAWERS HOLD 30% STORAGE THAN CUPBOARDS AND CAN FUNCTION AS A PANTRY FOR COMMONLY USED ITEMS TOO
    INTERNAL DRAWERS CUTLERY AND UTENSILS ARE CONCEALED IN THE LARGER DRAWER SETS
    BENCH SPACE
    SMART STORAGE
  • 22. HOW WE CREATED THIS:
    POLYURETHANE MATT FINISH EASY TO WIPE DOWN AND MAINTAIN. DOES NOT SHOW FINGERPRINTS OR COLLECT DUST. HANDLESS OPTION FOR EASY WIPE DOWN
    CAESARSTONE BENCHTOP QUALITY PRODUCT, DOES NOT NEED MAINTENANCE AND ADDS VALUE TO THE HOUSE
    BLUM HINGES AND RUNNERS LIFETIME GARAUNTEE, MADE IN GERMANY AND IS REGARDED AS THE BEST IN THE INDUSTRY
    EASY TO CLEAN
    QUALITY PRODUCTS
  • 23. HOW WE CREATED THIS:
    LARGE ISLAND BENCHTOP FOR LIVING/ DINING LIFESTYLE. CASUAL DINING, WET AREA TO ONE SIDE TO PROVIDE MAXIMUM DINING SPACE
    THE FLOOR PLAN ALLOWS AN EASY FLOW FROM LIVING AREAS, THROUGH TO THE KITCHEN AND DECK. THE KITCHEN FLOOR PLAN IS CONSIDERED IN THE WHOLE SPACE
    ERGONOMICALLY DESIGNED ITEMS ARE PLACED WHERE THEY CAN BE MOST EASILY ACCESSED AND THEIR PLACEMENT IS DETERMINED BY THE FREQUENCY OF USE
    ERGONOMIC
    INTEGRATED
    LIVING/ DINING
  • 24. HOW WE CREATED THIS:DYNAMIC SPACE A CONCEPT BY BLUM
    ZONE PLANNING IS USED TO DEFINE AREA’S IN THE JONES’S KITCHEN
    CONSUMABLE ITEMS ARE PLACED IN THE EASY ACCESS PANTRY AND REFRIGERATOR
    NON-CONSUMABLE EG. TABLEWARE, GLASS, UTENSILS ETC. ITEMS THAT ARE USED OFTEN-SUCH AS PLATES- ARE PLACED IN DRAWERS FOR EASY ACCESS
    CLEANING ZONE IS DEFINED UNDER THE WET AREA (SINK)
    PREPARATION ZONE EG KITCHEN UTENSILS USED FOR FOOD PREP PLUS ITEMS SUCH AS OILS AND SPICES ARE PLACED CLOSE TO THE FOOD PREP AREA
    COOKING ZONE, COOKING AND BAKING ITEMS ARE PLACED IN THIS ZONE (DIRECTLY IN DRAWERS UNDER THE COOKTOP AND STORAGE NEAR THE OVEN)
    DEFINED AREA’S
  • 25. THE FLOOR PLAN
  • 26. DEFINED AREA’SDYNAMIC SPACE CONCEPT
    CONSUMABLES edible goods
    NON-CONSUMABLES tableware, glassware, utensils etc
    COOKING ZONE cooking and baking items
  • 27. DEFINED AREA’SDYNAMIC SPACE CONCEPT
    COOKING ZONE cooking and baking items
    PREPARATION ZONE kitchen utensils and food prep items
    CLEANING ZONE household cleaners etc
  • 28. ELEVATIONDYNAMIC SPACE CONCEPT
    CONSUMABLES edible goods
    NON-CONSUMABLES tableware, glassware, utensils
    COOKING ZONE cooking and baking items

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