This modern minimalist loft can be found in Brussels, Belgium. The interior was designed by the design agency Adn Architectures.
As the rest of the interior, the kitchen of this loft is kept as simple as possible. There are no over head cabinets (only a cooker hood) because of the big windows. Handleless drawers and cabinets are used to maintain a streamlined look.
As you would expect from a modern and minimalist kitchen, there isn’t much contrast. The only non-white elements are the countertop, the baseboard below the cabinets and the kitchen table. The grey concrete ceiling contrasts nicely with the sleek white walls, stairs and furniture.
More information about this project can be found on the website of Adn.