Cooking with Glass

The owners were tired of their small, dark galley kitchen with its back turned to an unused brick-walled courtyard. The solution came in octagonal form- that of an Amdega Conservatory. It not  only swallowed up the empty courtyard, but it bit a large hole in the kitchen wall and roof. The result is an exotic explosion of space and light, and a cooking space with a distinctly European feel. A commercial gas range, table-height fireplace in rough stone and a hefty teak island top heighten and anchor the experience.

Designed while on staff at Architects Plus, Cincinnati, OH
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