This kitchen is part of a whole-house rambler remodel (click here to view the full project) in Bethesda. As part of the reconfiguration of the main level, Director of Architecture, Paul Gaiser, AIA, eliminated a breezeway that had separated the garage and the kitchen, making the space wide enough to accommodate the kitchen island his clients wanted. He created a bowed-out window with window seat per the homeowners’ request, as well as a skylight that floods the room with natural light. The arched doorway, door, and niche above the stove echo a design motif used throughout the project.
The kitchen, designed by Harry Zart, has new cabinetry, a Viking stove, granite countertops.
September 10, 2013