The Roundhouse Design team in association with brand partner Gaggenau, welcomed guests to our VIP private event in our flagship Wigmore St showroom last night. Guests enjoyed delicious Nobu sushi, courtesy of  the chefs from Nobu Events and delectable sparkling wine from award-winning British producer, Nyetimber. A record turn out of specially invited architects and designers viewed our luxury bespoke kitchens and helped make the evening a great success....

We're loving our latest ads featuring some of the latest Roundhouse bespoke kitchens and we hope you do too! This one was shot in a beautiful, architect designed, luxury kitchen extension. Roundhouse designer Jane Powell worked closely with our lovely clients on the design of this deceptively simple luxury, bespoke kitchen. It's a combination of  Roundhouse Urbo and Metro in matt lacquer in Little Greene Lamp Black and blackboard paint, and has a polished concrete island and a stainless steel worktop. We think it's fabulous design, perfect for a family kitchen.  ...

Trainee kitchen sales/designer - application deadline: 9 August 2016 Roundhouse is looking for a candidate to sponsor through a new three year Foundation Degree course in Kitchen Design at Buckinghamshire New University whilst in a salaried position as a trainee kitchen sales/designer within the company. The course is taught mainly online with three residential sessions each year and Roundhouse is offering a salaried position alongside the university place. Candidates will be working part time in our London studios alongside designers and technicians using drawing packages to design and process live projects, working with our installation departments and liaising with the factory. Fees paid plus salary around £15,000 per annum. This is a unique opportunity designed primarily for employees already in the kitchen industry looking to further their career, but suitable for also for school leavers or those looking for a change in direction. Candidates should have appropriate qualifications to A level or Level Three qualification in kitchen fitting, furniture manufacture/design or similar. Please email info@s674000393.websitehome.co.uk  ...

Roundhouse expands to open brand new factory in Malvern - proud to be investing in British industry. All Roundhouse bespoke kitchens and other furniture is made to order by expert craftsmen at our own factory in Malvern, Worcestershire, an area with a long heritage associated with furniture making. We have recently expanded our manufacturing base from existing premises in the Advantage Business Park, investing in a new 29,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility, Orion House. Our new factory employs the latest manufacturing technologies and benefits from a strong, skilled local workforce steeped in a furniture-making tradition. Our cabinetmakers bridge the gap between centuries old traditions of workmanship and the latest technical innovations, combining unique joinery skills with state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques. Roundhouse is renowned for its craftsmanship and innovative use of materials and has its own R & D team based the factory developing new finishes. We are proud to be British and totally bespoke, manufacturing to order, making furniture to any size and virtually any finish, colour or veneer. Roundhouse furniture is 'Made in Britain, Built to Last.' ...

Roundhouse hosted a private event for specially invited VIP guests in our flagship Wigmore St showroom recently. Together with long time collaborators Gaggenau and Nyetimber, we partnered for the first time with another luxury brand; Nobu Events and the packed evening was judged a great success by all who attended. Nobu events provided a team of chefs who created the most exquisite sushi, made in situ in our bespoke kitchens on our Gaggenau appliances. The delicious food was accompanied by an award-winning English sparkling wine from Nyetimber. With over 120 guests in attendance, photos of the event were widely shared across social media, suggesting it was THE place to be midweek in the West End! ...

We love seeing our beautiful kitchens featured in the glossies and it doesn't come any better than when we make the cover! Upmarket Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms magazine selected one of our Urbo bespoke kitchens to be featured prominently in their June issue. The family kitchen in a Grade II listed Cotswold stone farmhouse in Gloucestershire was designed by Roundhouse designer Peter Kandalaft. In keeping with the collaborative ethos of Roundhouse, he worked with the architect's plans and the client's brief to create a kitchen that flows effortlessly between the house and the gorgeous five-acre garden. Our client had a very clear idea of what she wanted, as none of the walls in the original house are straight she required a complete contrast in the new triple-aspect glass extension, a design with sharp, clean lines, and one that made full use of the ceiling height. As she says in the magazine, “Roundhouse was one of the few companies offering truly bespoke designs and able to build to the exact millimetre required.” We think the resulting kitchen design is truly spectacular – take a look at some of the following photographs and we’re sure that you will agree.  ...