Layers of White
Textural elements modify stark simplicity.
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This basic white kitchen, part of the rehab of a 1960s Beverly Hills residence, pushes all the right buttons with it’s monochromatic palette, floating work stations, wall of tall cabinets for storage and appliances, lots of natural light, terrazzo flooring, and a dimensionally textural wall made of a custom masonry veneer that mimics an existing pattern along the home’s west exterior wall—once again proving that over used axiom, “God is in the details”.
Swift Lee Office
Hans J. Kostrzewski
Rios Clementi Hale Studios
Concealed vent hood:
Wall oven and dishwasher:
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