Kitchen Islands / August 10, 2018 / Paloma Myrick
The architects decided to apply the concept of deconstruction, allowing them to use the girders as ceiling lines. That demarcate the different functional zones in the open-plan living, kitchen, and dining area.
To solve the problem of a tight, cramped kitchen with an awkward layout and a lack of continuous countertops. They replaced the wall between the dining room and the kitchen with a recessed beam to create a more open floor plan.