A new kitchen and servery in a
new, but carefully crafted, colonial house. The kitchen needed
to be practical, function exceptionally well, and work within
the clients particular aesthetic and with that of the house.
A simple palette of white Vermont
marble, gray lacquered woodwork, custom dyed veneer panels, and
brushed nickel and stainless steel.
All appliances were left apparent,
in a more matter-of-fact manner. Occasional whimsical
details were inserted to integrate the otherwise very modern lines
and profiles with the more sculpted details of the house.