Sebastian Cox is a British designer who works entirely with sustainable woods. His latest venture is a collaboration with English furniture manufacturer's deVOL. The kitchen is a mix of both Sebastian and deVOL's passion -- good taste, modern innovation, and traditional techniques. British grown timbers are used throughout with birch plywood carcasses and doors made from sustainable timbers such as beech and ash. An inky blue/black dye which stains the wood was used in place of paint which allows the texture of the wood to play a central role. Solid oak was use for the countertops.
Sebastian Cox says: "The whole kitchen is designed to look like it breathes. Together we've created something that feels clean, simple and light but is brimming with subtle texture to keep the choice of material front of mind."
Pity, it's not available in Canada.
To see more of this kitchen including a video of the above cabinet being made check out deVOL kitchens.