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Hank Page Design Consultants

480 E. Swedesford Road

Suite 210

Wayne, PA 19087

(610) 335-1600

Looking for someone to assist you with your kitchen design? This designer specializes in working with Sub-Zero and Wolf products.

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The Gentleman's Kitchen

Hank Page

The Gentleman's Kitchen

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Where do you find design inspiration?

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Design inspiration can come from many different places depending on the project; however it usually starts from something that’s important to the specific client. Perhaps they have a piece of furniture somewhere in their home that embodies a certain feeling. They might not be able to identify exactly what they love and that’s where our job as designers comes in. With the kitchen being so much a part of most people’s daily lives, we look for elements that will strengthen the emotional connection that they will develop with the space.

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How do you approach the design process?

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Eric Lieberknecht: Two steps forward, one back. My initial thinking is pragmatic, roughing out the functional space plan. Then the esthetic effort begins, developing the shape and feel of the space and its contents. This often begs me to revisit some of that initial pragmatism, the final plan being the result of this friendly tug of war between form and function.

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What makes your aesthetic stand out amongst other designers?

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Hank: We strive to create designs that are timeless, with a focus on clean lines and traditional elements. We love to play with different textures and often feel that less is more, with an effort to minimize the number of decorative elements within each space.

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What is the greatest value you provide to your clients?

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Eric: Perhaps applying as much left-brain thinking as right. Considering day-to-day function, how the household needs to operate, as much as how the space appears and feels. And maybe a little restraint – pulling back the desire for every element of the space to be a star, which of course results in nothing being a star – including the space as a whole.

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Hank Page

KDC Award Winner

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Kitchen Design Contest 2010-2012

U.S. & Canada Regional Winners are recognized for the best use of Sub-Zero and Wolf in the kitchen.

Prizes include:

  • A trip for two, for each regional winner, to the KDC conference and awards gala in Madison, WI.
  • National PR and online program for regional winners.
  • Customized publicity and marketing kit for each regional winner.

International Regional Winners are recognized for the best use of Sub-Zero and Wolf in the kitchen.

Prizes include:

  • A trip for two, for each regional winner, to the KDC conference and awards gala in Madison, WI.
  • National PR and online program for regional winners.
  • Customized publicity and marketing kit for each regional winner.
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