Before & After: A Designer Mixes Asian and American Influences in Her Family’s San Francisco Kitchen

Donald Judd and Japanese shoji screens inspired designer Amy Kwok’s renovated kitchen in Noe Valley.
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"It’s important to make a space reflect the people who inhabit it," designer Amy Kwok says. It’s a philosophy she brings to her work on small interior architecture projects, and a way of life in the home she shares with her husband Wei Lai and their twins, Oliver and Chloe, in San Francisco’s Noe Valley.

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