Kitchen of the Week: A Moody and Modern Loft Kitchen in Athens

We’ve been admiring the work of Barcelona-based designer Andrew Trotter for a while now, so we took note when we discovered the 10 AM Lofts in Athens, his most recent project, a six-story multipurpose events and exhibition space located in a former warehouse.

Working with Gavalas Ioannidou Architecture and Eva Papadaki, Trotter outfitted the two-floor residential penthouse, which features limewashed plaster walls and polished black stone floors to give the space “a feeling of raw luxury,” as the designers say.

Photos by Salva Lopez via Studio Andrew Trotter.

Here’s a look:

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Above: The kitchen features dark stained wood cabinetry and a mix of new and vintage pieces. For a similar light fixture, consider West Elm’s Linear Wood LED Pendant.

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Above: The brass Vola kitchen faucet adds a spark of glamour to the otherwise sober room. The walls are limewashed in Mykonos by Bauwerk Colour (for more, see our recent post A New Collection of Bauwerk Limewash Paints, Inspired by European Cities).

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Above: A similar Colombian La Chamba Pot can be sourced from Bram in California. The wall sconces are from Mallorca-based lighting studio Contain,

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Above: Trotter surrounded the vintage farmhouse dining table with a suite of Charlotte Perriand rush chairs. For similar light-filtering window treatments, consider Nordic Knots’ new curtain line.

For more Andrew Trotter projects, see:

Casolare Scarani in Puglia by Studio Andrew Trotter

Italian Spring: A Villa in the Puglia Countryside, with Rooms for Let.

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