5 Favorites: The Latest from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory by

Issue 46 · Harvest · November 18, 2012

5 Favorites: The Latest from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Issue 46 · Harvest · November 18, 2012

We love to see architects and designers take on kitchen remodels: Here are five worth admiring from the newest members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.

Blue and white kitchen with Blue Opal Heath tile

Above: This kitchen by Portland, OR-based Howells Architecture + Design is a new take on the classic English scullery. The tiles are Opal Blue tile from Heath Ceramics. Read about architect Michael Howells' approach in Rehab Diaries: An Oregon Kitchen with a Dose of Downton Abbey. Photo by Anna M. Campbell.

Modern minimalist eat-in kitchen with patio for indoor outdoor living

Above: Small multidisciplinary firm Hackett Holland Ltd offers architecture, interior, and landscape design services from its office in London. This minimal kitchen is an excellent example of the firm's aesthetic range; see an equally beautiful but stylistically opposite project in Off the Grid: A Modern Farm, Sans Electricity. Photo by Simon Bevan.

Red and white kitchen with beadboard paneling and red vintage appliances

Above: Architect Amy Alper had six weeks to transform this Sonoma galley kitchen in time for the summer harvest. You'll be impressed by Alper's feat when you see the before photos in Reader Rehab: A Sonoma Kitchen Remodel with a Six-Week Deadline. Photo by Kathryn Clark.

Green and wood kitchen with green tile backsplash and glass front refrigerator

Above: LA-based interior designers DISC Interiors emphasize warmth, comfort, and craftsmanship in their designs. We especially like their kitchen design for a loft in Sonoma (see Loft Living in Sonoma County). To see another project by DISC, check out A Garage Turned Garden Room in LA. Photo by David John.

Marble and wood kitchen with handmade wood cabinets and stainless steel hood

Above: NYC and East Hampton-based interior designer Robert Stilin designed this modernist beach house kitchen; good to know: Stilin also offers a curated collection of vintage pieces 1st Dibs.

N.B.: Looking for more inspiration from our roster of architects and designers? See more in the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.

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