127 Modern Kitchen Design Ideas
The kitchen dining bar becomes living room cabinetry, connecting the two spaces.
open Dining and Kitchen with Garden views bruce damonte
Timmerman Photography, Inc.
Levy Art + Architecture
This project aims to be the first residence in San Francisco that is completely self-powering and carbon neutral. The architecture has been developed in conjunction with the mechanical systems and landscape design, each influencing the other to arrive at an integrated solution. Working from the historic façade, the design preserves the traditional formal parlors transitioning to an open plan at the central stairwell which defines the distinction between eras. The new floor plates act as passive solar collectors and radiant tubing redistributes collected warmth to the original, North facing portions of the house. Careful consideration has been given to the envelope design in order to reduce the overall space conditioning needs, retrofitting the old and maximizing insulation in the new. Photographer Ken Gutmaker
LDa Architecture & Interiors
Photography: Sean Litchfield
Designer: Brittney Fishbeck
Domiteaux Garza Architecture
Photographer: Terri Glanger
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
Photo by Tim Hursley
A kitchen that encourages extended gatherings. An integrated oak table is a pleasant place for casual meals, homework, or overflow food prep - and is never more than an arm's reach away from a cup of coffee or bottle of wine. © John Horner Photography
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
The kitchen is as minimalist as the rest of the house. A metal mesh curtain provides a subtle division between work and living areas. The curtain is retractable and stores out of the way in a wall pocket when not is use. Photo: Ben Rahn
thirdstone inc. [^]
Project: SD House Design by: www.thirdstone.ca Photography: Merle Prosofsky
Ingrained Wood Studios
© Alyssa Lee Photography
Atlanta modern home designed by Dencity LLC and built by Cablik Enterprises.