1st Place Traditional Award KDC 2010-12
This project was to design a kitchen for a busy female executive working full time with an active family of five. The client was voted the 40 under 40 award by Crains New York Business magazine and is very busy running a thriving business.
The design challenge was to plan a kosher kitchen for several people to work in and most importantly create a way to engage the three teenage children to participate. The kitchen was to be functional and visually stimulating. There is a custom stainless steel clean up area with two separate meat and dairy sinks for clean up and preparation. The unique cooking hearth incorporates a 48" range flanked by two pullout spice/oil pantries that are concealed in the stone enclosure of the hearth. Adding harmony and sophistication to the marble surround. The island incorporates a pareve sink for cleaning of vegetables a 36" under counter roasting oven, a lowered marble baking area for the 13 year old daughter who loves making brownies and seating for the three children. However, the most impressive feature of this island is the Agate Quartz under-lit stone top that looks like something out of the Museum of Natural History. The children love looking for fossils while mom is cooking. Mission accomplished!" Photography by Eric van den Brulle
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