We explore how interior design studio Pipkorn Kilpatrick have taken their signature contemporary style to three inner-Melbourne homes.

Pipkorn Kilpatrick founders Anna Skermer (formerly Pipkorn) and Jane Kilpatrick are known for their modern yet relaxed take on Australian residential design – specifically, their hold on Melbourne heritage renovations. Describing their design approach as “clean, innovative and time-resistant”, Pipkorn Kilpatrick’s ethos is simple; as Anna Skermer puts it, “great design does not dominate, but enhances and inspires the life that goes on inside.”

In this feature, we learn the hallmarks of a Pipkorn Kilpatrick kitchen – from form through to layout and appliances – and how natural light underpins each project the pair completes. 

Produced in partnership with Bosch Home Appliances

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A clever open pantry in the kitchen doubles as a study nook or additional storage space.

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The team specified the Bosch Series 6, 60cm electric built-in oven and Bosch Series 6, fully-integrated dishwasher, neatly concealed within white cabinetry with cutout joinery pulls.

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