EDIT | Cantilever Interior

  • EDIT | Cantilever Interior
  • Lighting - December 2022
  • ARCHITECT Cantilever Interiors
  • PHOTOGRAPHY Martina Gemmola & Kylie Forbes
  • STYLING Kylie Forbes

EDIT released by Melbourne-based Cantilever Interiors

Designed in collaboration with KETT, in a unique partnership with Cosh Living, EDIT is a boutique, highly refined Kitchen that harnesses the craftmanship of our local industry.

Capturing refined materiality in a finely balanced palette array, inspired by the unique character of our Australian landscape.

The EDIT palette features sixteen palette groups combine natural stone, steel or ceramic benchtops with Solid Timber handles and Veneer in an array of custom stain finishes.

 

“EDIT is a meeting place. A Kitchen to keep company and life, for memories.”

The Kitchen is available with our Ceto Offset Wall light, shown here in white glass and black anodised body.

 

Cantilever Interiors

www.cantileverinteriors.com

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