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Kitchen: Modern Marble Roundup

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Kitchen: Modern Marble Roundup

October 1, 2009

Last week we ran Bath: Marble Roundup; this week we look at modern marble kitchens.

rachael smith photography kitchen

Above: A kitchen in the UK from the portfolio of photographer Rachael Smith.

shelton mindel marble kitchen

Above: A galley kitchen in New York by Messana O'Rorke Architects.

lisa hubbard sink

Above: A marble sink from the portfolio of photographer Lisa Hubbard.

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Above: A kitchen by Belgian architect Vincent van Duysen.

Kitchen Modern Marble Roundup portrait 3

Above: The kitchen of UK-based architect Claudio Silvestrin; photograph by Sarah Blee.

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Above: A kitchen from the portfolio of photographer Roland Persson.

Kitchen Modern Marble Roundup portrait 5

Above: A kitchen from the portfolio of Hotze Eisma.

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Above: A kitchen in London by Daskal & Laperre Architects; photograph by Karel Vanoverberghe.

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