Clifton started by ripping out the kitchen and turning it into a small study with bi-fold windows. A basic open kitchen was installed in the living area, but the real cooking takes place on the rear terrace, which is connected to the living room by glass bi-fold doors. Glass walls and a retractable awning protect the terrace kitchen from the elements. Along one side, a large stainless-steel gas barbecue sits next to an industrial sink and metal countertop. On the other is a large dining table. In between is a waist-height glass-and-galvanised-steel table that functions as a kitchen island. It sits on castors so it can be moved around depending on the needs of the space. A Buffalo Grill barbecue Barbecue in All has pride of place in the terrace kitchen. The worktable/island was made by taking a rustic wooden table from Lane Crawford and adding a glass-and-galvanised-steel top and wheels. The dining table is a USM Haller Table from Amelie & Tulips. The Philippe Starck-designed Emeco Broom chairs were from Lane Crawford.