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The Real Chef's Kitchen

Regional Award Winner KDC 2013-14

¿Qué tipo de cocina querría un verdadero chef? Bueno, observe las fotos de esta cocina de Boston, creada por la diseñadora Heather Kahler para su cliente, un chef profesional y experto en restaurantes. Obviamente, cuenta con lo mejor en términos de mobiliario de cocina, electrodomésticos y materiales. Y cuenta con una disposición que permite que toda la familia disfrute preparando comidas juntos, con múltiples estaciones que incluyen el área de cocción, la isla de preparación, el carrito de trinchar y servir y la “vitrina de roble inglés antiguo” para guardar suministros de despensa y electrodomésticos pequeños con refrigeración oculta en los laterales.

You’d expect this level of finish and function in a chef’s kitchen, but perhaps it is the unexpected touches here that are the real eye-openers. The pot filler over the range. The pot rack over the island. The multi-useful refectory cart. The 36” farm sink. And in the adjoining dining room, an imposing china cabinet equipped with twin 24” Sub-Zero wine storage units. What could be a more gracious touch for formal entertaining? Since the clients wanted the best and most reliable appliances – fully integrated into the design – Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove were the obvious choices. The Wolf 48” dual fuel range provides the necessary cooking and baking prowess, along with a 30” wall oven, microwave and warming drawer. And could there be a classier way to disguise the Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer columns, than the English style hutch with its large icebox latches? We can only imagine what delicious meals will be enjoyed in this showstopper kitchen.


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