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Punch + foodie

Product design firm Buster + Punch has come a long way since the amuse-bouche of its initial offerings in lighting design, now serving up a hefty three course meal of a custom-built, modular, freestanding kitchen. Configured online, the design is available in two frame options, with three cabinet colours and three worktops, all using industrial knurled, solid metal hardware that the firm has built its brand around. You can source fitted appliances from Buster + Punch’s select partners, along with an optional ‘white-glove’ installation service. There’s even the option to add mixer taps, shelving and of course, lighting. With such convenience in modularity, you’ll be rustling up haute cuisine at home in no time – and when you do decide to move out, it can be a ‘take-away’…



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