Residential and Commercial Design
A galley kitchen was not working for a busy family with young children. The owners asked us to design a more efficient kitchen and open it to the dining room while solving their storage and circulation problems in this area of the house.
The solution was to create a zone defined by the new archway housing everything family members need to access without disturbing the cook. Demolishing the exiting wall between the dining room and kitchen has created a connection to the remaining first floor living areas.
The kitchen was carefully designed to reflect the WWII-era architectural style of the original house by incorporating curved shelving, vintage style stools and lighting into this project.