Sundby Brygge is an exclusive building situated centrally between the bridges in Nørresundby. Peter Matthiasen lives here, with views of the fjords and the Aalborg skyline.
The architecture is modern and timeless, with a light, simple, Nordic architectural style – designed by schmidt/hammer/lassen Architects, who, among other things, are known for The Black Diamond (Den Sorte Diamant) in Copenhagen.
In consultation with Jannie Kjær from Multiform Aalborg, Peter Matthiasen chose the classic Form 1 kitchen from Multiform, with a large kitchen island in smoked oak. The cabinet wall is from the Form 2 series and is finished in smoked oak and white stain. The white corian worktop frames the kitchen island and creates harmony between the different parts of the kitchen and clearly correlates to the living room with its Piet Heins ellipse table and the Montana shelving.
“The two kitchen series work well together and are perfect for Peter Matthiasen, who surrounds himself with classic furniture and items that are timeless and last after years of use,” says Jannie Kjær.
Striking and timeless handmade kitchen
The Form 1 series is the classic when it comes to handmade kitchens. The story behind Form 1 began at the start of the 80s, when Multiform founder Carsten Michelsen had a vision to create a classic kitchen, a kitchen that, architecturally speaking, was in line with the modern furniture classics from the 50s from iconic designers such as Arne Jacobsen, Børge Mogensen and Hans Wegner.
The results of the efforts in his joinery became Multiform’s first kitchen design: Form 1. A simple and timeless kitchen, designed and built to last a lifetime.
“It is important to me to surround myself by classic and timeless designs that will last a lifetime.”
“Because the building is so light and airy, the property can most definitely carry a striking kitchen that helps make the apartment feel cosy. The space is large and the kitchen becomes a striking “furnishing” that brings the interior together,” says Jannie Kjær, Proprietor of Multiform in Aalborg.
“Interiors and advice are a passion for us and we aim to help the customer create beautiful and functional living spaces that harmonise with their homes, their lives and their tastes. Interiors in which aesthetics and practicality are in perfect balance,” says Jannie Kjær.
Handmade wooden drawers and wine at just the right temperature
Time and money have been spent on the delectable details in Peter’s kitchen: from the handmade wooden drawers made from solid maple wood with dovetail joints to wine coolers and the Quooker.
In terms of the design, there is a guiding thread running through the entire penthouse apartment
There is a clear theme when it comes to the interiors of the property, and Form 1 has also been used in both of the bathrooms in the penthouse apartment.