More stories about kitchen

  • Kitchen Renovation by Finne Architects

    The kitchen of this 1950s ranch house is reborn by updating some of its original features and adding custom-fabricated surfaces.

  • Lake Forest Park Renovation Kitchen by Finne Architects

    The kitchen of this 1950s ranch house is reborn by updating some of its original features and adding custom-fabricated surfaces.

  • Minnehaha Creek Addition by Albertsson Hansen Architecture

    An efficient new kitchen is the do-everything room this small Minneapolis house always needed.

  • Dutcher Creek Kitchen by Nielsen:Schuh Architects

    This California wine country kitchen creates a coherent sense of space while never losing touch with its surroundings.

  • hannah's house, memphis, tenn.

    Architect Todd Walker is a Modernist, but he realizes that for some people the style has an ascetic quality to it. So when he set about designing this kitchen for his small family, he wanted to achieve a space that was softer and gentler and, most important, didn't take itself too seriously.

  • Ruhl Walker Architects Pens an Expansive and Dramatic Kitchen

    In a Boston loft the firm dubbed "Urban Living XXL," this kitchen/great room serves as the central gathering place.

  • short order

    This pint-sized space presented architect Brandon Pace, AIA, LEED AP, with an outsized challenge: design a functional, comfortable, and stylish kitchen in the volume many new houses would devote to a walk-in closet.

  • perfectly fitting

    Few houses survive for nearly 140 years without at least one kitchen transplant.

  • can-do attitude

    San Francisco is famous for its Victorian row houses, which typically feature small, dark kitchens tucked in at the back. Neal Schwartz, AIA, remodeled one such kitchen for a family of four that cooks almost every night and makes canning fresh produce an

  • live, dine, sleep, reno, nev.

    For his own home and kitchen, Jack Hawkins, AIA, LEED AP, “wanted to see how small we could live.”