ISSUE 9  |  High/Low Design

Steal This Look: Fuzzco Kitchen in Charleston

February 28, 2012 1:30 PM

BY Alexa Hotz

A while back we posted on the innovative—and inspirational—offices of Fuzzco (see Steal This Look: Fuzzco in Charleston); we were especially taken by the communal kitchen.

When redesigning their new offices in Charleston, South Carolina, Fuzzco founders Helen Rice and Josh Nissenboim took the employee kitchen into careful consideration: "Our emotional and cultural needs dictated the balance of personal and professional, private and public," says Rice. Get the look iwith an undercounter refrigerator, a Bertozzoni gas range, and other elements sourced below.

Above: The all-white communal Fuzzco kitchen.

Above: Custom birch plywood and poplar cabinetry by Michael James Moran with black drawer pulls by Peyton Avrett.

Above: Barn Pendant Lamp in black with a white interior surface; $315 from Design Within Reach.

Above: American Standard Double Handle Wall-Mounted Kitchen Faucet; $173.40 from

Above: Bertazzoni Heritage Series K36HERX Range Hood; $1,809 at AJ Madison.

Above: The Bertazzoni Master Series 36 Pro-Style Gas Range is $3,119 from Amazon.

Above: The Uplift Tea Kettle in brushed stainless steel with a cork handle; $69.99 from Oxo.

Above: The Jura Capresso ENA3 Automatic Coffee Center in White is $699.99 at Bonanza.

Above: Waring Pro Cool-Touch Toaster in white; $22.99 from Tiger Direct.

Above: The True TUC-60 Undercounter Refrigerator 60 is $2,143.15 from Globe Equipment.