This renovation in Brooklyn Heights, by Stefanie Brechbuehler, LEED AP and Robert Highsmith of Workstead, features a customized kitchen and dwelling wall. Executed underneath a decent finances of $17,000, the challenge reworked an outdated kitchenette into a ravishing and useful piece of cabinetry. They labored intently with Bartenschlager Woodwork who did the fabrication.
As a graphic designer, the shopper’s curiosity in grid techniques offered the idea for the idea of sliding doorways; whereas the system has many widespread dimensions, it’s animated by its fixed use. Minimal hardware was used; the kitchen exists in its most utilitarian type. The result’s one furnishings piece that makes use of the rhythm of the cupboards alongside the wall to introduce a play of sunshine and darkish, and expose the objects of the kitchen and front room.
Made of birch plywood with a grey birch veneer, the kitchen consists of strong floor counter tops, and all new home equipment and fixtures. The piece provides visible readability to the primary dwelling area of the condo, and redefines the connection of the kitchen to the lounge.