When this house was built in the early twentieth century it had a large beautiful living room, dining room, and other public rooms, but the kitchen was broken down into a maze of small service spaces, typical for the time. None of them accommodated the family successfully.
Without expanding the house, we created a large room that works like a contemporary kitchen should, and which matches the other rooms in scale and style. It features an eating area with a tremendous views through new windows and French doors. The cooking area is gently set apart by cabinets with glass at both front and rear.