Mediterranean details with baroque overtones harmonize with the house's original architecture resulting in a kitchen that is totally captivating.
National Symphony Orchestra Showhouse 2004
Participation in a show house project is a unique opportunity, it is a blank slate upon which to project ideas that are not client driven. Inspired by the home’s original architecture, Lois designed an intricately carved hood medallion that was adapted from medieval mythology, and which became the springboard for a kitchen that is totally captivating. A unique dual sink island with built in drain and cutting boards provide facing work stations, along with bar seating nearby. Read the story in Great American Kitchens, which features this, along with the other winners of the Sub-Zero/Wolf Design Contest.
• Winner, Sub-Zero/Wolf Kitchen Design Contest, regional, 2002/2003
• Story is published in Great American Kitchens, vol IV, “Flight of Fancy,” pg 106-107
• Winner, Best of Cambria, 2007, as featured in their calendar and other advertisements, 2007
• Featured in Home and Design, Jan/Feb 2004, “Kitchens in Context,” pgs 134 141
• Featured in Kitchen Collection, Book V, 2009 edition, pg 38
• Featured in Kitchens by Professional Designers, book XVIII, pg 84
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- August 17, 2016