Architecture digest&new kitchen interior designs

Kitchen interior designs by Architecture digest are indeed creative, fresh, and well-thought. just have a look at the following pictures. They are just beautiful and fresh. It's something everyone is dreaming of, to have the design for the kitchen where we gather as a family has got to be as comfortable as possible.

Architecture digest's new kitchen interior designs

In the Dallas penthouse of H. Ross Perot, Jr., and his wife, Sarah, Emily Summers designed a modern d├ęcor inspired by the sky, the couple’s collection of British contemporary art—“As it turned out, a lot of their artwork has incredible blues,” notes Summers—and his passion for aviation. Above: The kitchen can accommodate both caterers for large events and the family for private meals. Banquette fabric, Lee Jofa. Bulthaup kitchen elements. Brueton barstools.

Architecture digests new kitchen interior designs

Architect Dean Nota designed a Venice, California, live-work space for Architectural Digest contributing photographer Erhard Pfeiffer. “We built with a really small budget,” Pfeiffer says. “I decided to buy less but all high quality.” Above: The kitchen. BABA leather barstools from Design Centro Italia. Cooktop, hood, dishwasher, faucets and KitchenAid refrigerator, at

Architecture digests new kitchen interior designs

“This is a view house,” says architect Chad Floyd, of Centerbrook Architects and Planners in Connecticut, who rebuilt Susan Adler’s Massachusetts retreat, set on a striking hillside in the Berkshires. Above: The galley kitchen. Franke sinks, Wolf range and Sub-Zero refrigerator, at

Architecture digests new kitchen interior designs

Professional cyclist Lance Armstrong lives in a Spanish colonial-style house in Austin, Texas. Family photographs and a photograph by Danny Lyon, by the door, decorate the kitchen. Swaim barstools. Osborne & Little banquette vinyl. Vent and Viking range and microwave, at Kohler sinks.

Architecture digests new kitchen interior designs

Ellen Denisevich-Grickis found an 18th-century barn in Ontario, Canada, and had it relocated to a four-acre plot in Rhode Island, where she renovated it for use as a summer house for herself and her husband, Bill Grickis, and their two daughters. Interconnected with the living and dining areas, the modern kitchen has floors of concrete mixed with chips of mirror, mother-of-pearl, abalone shell and sea glass. Hanging above the Shaker-style island is a Murano glass chandelier. Viking dishwasher, range and hood at

source: Architecture Digest


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