The brief for this family kitchen was to improve the storage and seating from the previous design, which had been quite cramped. The clients opted for Cornell Classic as they liked its timeless style, the elegant curved cabinetry and its light tone. To enhance the sense of space a wall was removed between the existing kitchen and utility room, retaining the utility zone in the same area.
The ‘kitchen triangle’ is well documented but in fact the design should focus on the creation of zones. A kitchen may have up to seven different zones which should all flow from one to another – preparation, storage, cooking, serving up, eating, cleaning up and laundry.