- Scott A. Rappe, AIA Kuklinski+Rappe Architects
- Beverly Hammel
- J. Patrick Construction
- Tom Harris
A unified cabinetry system takes front stage in this deconversion of two apartments into one cohesive living space.
The cabinetry features a wrap detail that frames each installation. In the kitchen, the wrap joins the various sizes, heights and planes of the cabinet doors into a unified whole before cascading down to wrap the dining room buffet. Similarly, the wrap organizes the master bath into alcoves.
The living room features a cantilevered cabinet which allows the floor, ceiling and light to flow uninterrupted to the gallery beyond. One side conceals a media center, the other displays art behind glass doors.
The kitchen and dining room are illuminated by a 28’ custom extrusion that provides direct down lighting over the island, spotlights in the dining room and provisions for a future pendant over the dining table. Asymmetric fluorescent fixtures are concealed above the cabinetry to provide indirect lighting throughout the apartment.
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