Inspired by the common decorative element in neoclassical art and architecture, the Meander Kitchen promotes infinity and unity through the dissection of space, function and material.  A walnut band of functionality defines cooking, dining, living, work, and storage zones.  The vertical surfaces direct views and allow conversation to flow between the kitchen and the living and work areas while movable elements in the dining area allow the space to be privatized when needed.  The galley kitchen economizes space while maximizing work surfaces and storage space.  A triangular configuration of appliances coupled with a wide galley allow the kitchen to be utilized by several people at once, whether it be by a party guests, catering staff or children stealing cookies.

Year: 2008
Typology: Interiors