Sustainable Eichler Kitchen
These two kitchens take their inspiration from the houses built by Eichler in the late 1950s and 1960s. The simple lines, practical layouts and open plans have proven to be popular. Simply designed cabinetry puts the focus on the inherent beauty of the natural materials.
The first kitchen has a cork floor which is soft underfoot and easy to maintain. The island allows guests to interact with the host in the kitchen, without interfering with the work. The second kitchen shows how a similar design strategy can work within a narrower footprint. Here the sculptural hood over the stove becomes the focal point for the space.
As in all our kitchens, materials were chosen for their practicality, but also for their sustainable qualities.
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