129 Modern Kitchen Design Ideas
Blue Dog Residence by smitharc architects Photo © Keith Isaacs
Todd Davis Architecture
Photography: Pamela Palma
Modern Craft Construction, LLC
Modern Ikea Kitchen, Open Floorplan
Resolution: 4 Architecture
LAKE IOSCO HOUSE Location: Bloomingdale, NJ Completion Date: 2009 Size: 2,368 sf Typology Series: Single Bar Modules: 4 Boxes, Panelized Fireplace/Storage Program: o Bedrooms: 3 o Baths: 2.5 o Features: Carport, Study, Playroom, Hot Tub Materials: o Exterior: Cedar Siding, Azek Infill Panels, Cement Board Panels, Ipe Wood Decking o Interior: Maple Cabinets, Bamboo Floors, Caesarstone Countertops, Slate Bathroom Floors, Hot Rolled Black Steel Cladding Aluminum Clad Wood Windows with Low E, Insulated Glass, Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz Project Architect: Kristen Mason Manufacturer: Simplex Industries Project Coordinator: Jason Drouse Engineer: Lynne Walshaw P.E., Greg Sloditskie Contractor: D Woodard Builder, LLC Photographer: © RES4
Mark English Architects, AIA
photos: Matthew Millman This 1100 SF space is a reinvention of an early 1960s unit in one of two semi-circular apartment towers near San Francisco’s Aquatic Park. The existing design ignored the sweeping views and featured the same humdrum features one might have found in a mid-range suburban development from 40 years ago. The clients who bought the unit wanted to transform the apartment into a pied a terre with the feel of a high-end hotel getaway: sleek, exciting, sexy. The apartment would serve as a theater, revealing the spectacular sights of the San Francisco Bay.
Wallace K Harrison Estate in Long Island. Design by Schappacher White Ltd. www.schappacherwhite.com . Belvedere Soapstone island.
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
Bay Area Custom Cabinetry: wine bar sideboard in family room connects to galley kitchen. This custom cabinetry built-in has two wind refrigerators installed side-by-side, one having a hinged door on the right side and the other on the left. The countertop is made of seafoam green granite and the backsplash is natural slate. These custom cabinets were made in our own award-winning artisanal cabinet studio. This Bay Area Custom home is featured in this video: http://www.billfryconstruction.com/videos/custom-cabinets/index.html
Elegant and minimalist kitchen in classic marble and soft dark tones. The Balmoral House is located within the lower north-shore suburb of Balmoral. The site presents many difficulties being wedged shaped, on the low side of the street, hemmed in by two substantial existing houses and with just half the land area of its neighbours. Where previously the site would have enjoyed the benefits of a sunny rear yard beyond the rear building alignment, this is no longer the case with the yard having been sold-off to the neighbours. Our design process has been about finding amenity where on first appearance there appears to be little. The design stems from the first key observation, that the view to Middle Harbour is better from the lower ground level due to the height of the canopy of a nearby angophora that impedes views from the first floor level. Placing the living areas on the lower ground level allowed us to exploit setback controls to build closer to the rear boundary where oblique views to the key local features of Balmoral Beach and Rocky Point Island are best. This strategy also provided the opportunity to extend these spaces into gardens and terraces to the limits of the site, maximising the sense of space of the 'living domain'. Every part of the site is utilised to create an array of connected interior and exterior spaces The planning then became about ordering these living volumes and garden spaces to maximise access to view and sunlight and to structure these to accommodate an array of social situations for our Client’s young family. At first floor level, the garage and bedrooms are composed in a linear block perpendicular to the street along the south-western to enable glimpses of district views from the street as a gesture to the public realm. Critical to the success of the house is the journey from the street down to the living areas and vice versa. A series of stairways break up the journey while the main glazed central stair is the centrepiece to the house as a light-filled piece of sculpture that hangs above a reflecting pond with pool beyond. The architecture works as a series of stacked interconnected volumes that carefully manoeuvre down the site, wrapping around to establish a secluded light-filled courtyard and terrace area on the north-eastern side. The expression is 'minimalist modern' to avoid visually complicating an already dense set of circumstances. Warm natural materials including off-form concrete, neutral bricks and blackbutt timber imbue the house with a calm quality whilst floor to ceiling glazing and large pivot and stacking doors create light-filled interiors, bringing the garden inside. In the end the design reverses the obvious strategy of an elevated living space with balcony facing the view. Rather, the outcome is a grounded compact family home sculpted around daylight, views to Balmoral and intertwined living and garden spaces that satisfy the social needs of a growing young family. Photo Credit: Katherine Lu
Douglas Design Studio
Photographer: Michael Graydon
Josh Partee | Architectural Photographer
© Josh Partee 2013
This house was designed as a second home for a Bay Area couple as a summer retreat to spend the warm summer months away from the fog in San Francisco. Built on a steep slope and a narrow lot, this 4000 square foot home is spread over 3 floors, with the master, guest and kids bedroom on the ground floor, and living spaces on the upper floor to take advantage of the views. The main living level includes a large kitchen, dining, and living space, connected to two home offices by way of a bridge that extends across the double height entry. This bridge area acts as a gallery of light, allowing filtered light through the skylights above and down to the entry on the ground level. All living space takes advantage of grand views of Lake Washington and the city skyline beyond. Two large sliding glass doors open up completely, allowing the living and dining space to extend to the deck outside. On the first floor, in addition to the guest room, a “kids room” welcomes visiting nieces and nephews with bunk beds and their own bathroom. The basement level contains storage, mechanical and a 2 car garage. Photographer: Aaron Leitz
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
A young Mexican couple approached us to create a streamline modern and fresh home for their growing family. They expressed a desire for natural textures and finishes such as natural stone and a variety of woods to juxtapose against a clean linear white backdrop. For the kid’s rooms we are staying within the modern and fresh feel of the house while bringing in pops of bright color such as lime green. We are looking to incorporate interactive features such as a chalkboard wall and fun unique kid size furniture. The bathrooms are very linear and play with the concept of planes in the use of materials.They will be a study in contrasting and complementary textures established with tiles from resin inlaid with pebbles to a long porcelain tile that resembles wood grain. This beautiful house is a 5 bedroom home located in Presidential Estates in Aventura, FL.
roth sheppard architects
This remodel to the 1,000 SF living/dining area of a 14th story condominium in Larimer Place gives identity to the space by reinforcing the panoramic views. Elliptical cut outs in the ceiling soffit create a communal center while establishing a visual connection with the perimeter. Furniture and divider walls further define use areas while maintaining the visual transparency and fluidity inherent to the space.
Cuisine sur mesure, portes sans poignées, crédence et plan de travail en béton ciré. Sol parquet en chêne naturel. Lampes suspensions TOM DIXON Beat Light. Chaise MAGIS Steelwood, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec. Plateau table en hêtre, tréteaux HAY Loop.
129 Modern Kitchen Design Ideas