Kitchen

  • 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.”

     
  • riverbank residence, stamford, conn.

    Joeb Moore, AIA, intended this white-and-stainless steel kitchen to both please and surprise.

     
  • reykjavik, iceland

    The owner of this penthouse pied-à-terre overlooking the Atlantic Ocean uses it primarily to entertain business colleagues.

     
  • a place for everything

    Mark English, AIA, renovated this Sausalito, Calif., house to serve as a weekend retreat. But he did such a great job designing for his clients' lifestyle that the couple now live and work in the house full time.

     
  • Kitchen Riches

    The owner of this Seattle kitchen remodel wanted more space with better light, but didn't want to feel like she was eating in a kitchen.

     
  • one step up

    In much of our work, we spend a lot of time detailing to make things look really minimal,” says Eric Haesloop, AIA, LEED AP, a principal at the San Francisco firm Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects.

     
  • pattern play

    The clients for this Seattle kitchen remodeling job wanted more space and better light.

     
  • now you see it

    Mark Peters, AIA, engaged in some imaginative planning for this do-it-all kitchen in a slender single-family house of his design in urban Chicago.

     
 
 
 
 
 
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