Our homes need to have the capability to function as more than just a gathering/living space. The renovation needed to have ample seating for a family of five in the kitchen, added storage, a well defined entryway and laundry area, as well as address their needs for space that could be used as a home classroom and office. Hosting a greater array of activities requires a greater degree of flexibility and adaptability. Which the new design supplies in spades. In seeking clever ways to conceal personal and household items, we are creating a direct link between organization and productivity. With clients more inclined to stay at home, the significance of kitchens pantries and drink stations, message boards, larger fridges and built-in appliances become more necessary. The home offices moved away from the main gathering area but is still part of the action at the front of the house.
3rd PLACE MEDIUM KITCHEN
COVID-19 change this homes.
Suddenly, we were all using our homes simultaneously as offices, classrooms, conference rooms, and gyms—with multiple users at the same time. Blurring the ever-important line between work and home.
Hard to believe but living through the renovation was essentially stress free. They had a schedule and were either on time or ahead of schedule throughout. Also surprisingly hardly any problems popped up during the renovation. Any issues were quickly and efficiently dealt with. I’m thrilled with the result and thoroughly enjoy coming home to my new (old) home. It’s so much better than I ever could have imagined.