From a colorful renovation with mid-century roots to an industrial open-plan space, here is a cool quintet of kitchens we wouldn't mind cooking in. Click here to see Part One and Two. Read Full Article
A dark concrete counter and blue laminate cabinets surround the Jenn-Air microwave drawer in architect Janet Bloomberg’s kitchen. The pendant hanging above the table is a Tejido Round Suspension from Artemide.
In the kitchen of this renovated Brooklyn apartment, walls are coated with parging, a type of concrete made with sand instead of gravel—more typically used in an industrial context. Various spices, a clock, and kitchenware hang from bolted metal rods. A silvery range by Wolf peeks out on the right.
San Francisco-based interior designer Charles de Lisle designed the kitchen backsplash of PVC rubber flooring embedded with stainless steel "plus" signs. The restaurant supply table is flanked by steel-and-wood Lem Piston stools from Design Within Reach.
Aleksander Novak-Zemplinski and Becky Nix, founders of the design firm BioLINIA, hang out in their 1,000-square-foot apartment’s open-plan kitchen, dining, and living space. They had the decorative cabinets and ceiling panels CNC-milled by a Polish subsidiary of the Finnish company Koskisen.
Designer Tom Dixon's Beat lights hang above this white Bulthaup kitchen, set inside architect Moshe Safdie's iconic Habitat '67 building. Upstairs and accessible by a glass-walled footbridge, white asymmetrical Cubit shelving units store various books and objects.