Kitchens: The Hub of the Home

Kitchens: The Hub of the Home

by Kami Kinkaid, July 21, 2014
At one point, kitchens were used exclusively for cooking, but now the space is used for living.
The triangle, also known as the ‘work triangle,’ was developed in the 1940s for maximizing efficiency when laying out the stove, refrigerator and sink. Today’s kitchens have many more functions–from entertaining to learning–and are no longer solely centered around cooking. Whether small or large, today  the best kitchens balance efficiency with the need for flexibility.
Here’s a look at some of the kitchens Pfau Long has designed.
See more from the Pfau Starr Residence.
See more from the Stinson Beach Residence.
See more from the Sausalito Residence.
See more from the Tiburon Residence.
See more from the Larkspur Residence.

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