Another project by General Assembly

Posted on Fri, 6 Feb 2015 by KiM

Here is another peek at a project by General Assembly. It is a single family home in Brooklyn built in the 1950s and was in desperate need of an overhaul. It now sports a mid-century modern vibe and some definite coolness. The reno included custom kitchen cabinetry with concrete counter tops; a kitchen island with built in wine storage; and additional custom storage throughout – including flip-top kitchen benches. Then there’s the solid oiled white oak suspended shelving we custom designed for the kitchen. The shelves are supported by steel bracing and anchored into a steel plate in the ceiling. By opening up the shelving above the sink, GA was able to capture the light from a nearby skylight and the surrounding windows to create an open, sun-filled environment for serious cooking. (Photos by Joe Fletcher)

Manuela says:

Lovely design! I love the wall with the lyrics! Really stylish! Thanks for sharing! Greets, Storage Northkensington Ltd.

Ivy says:

Somebody know where I can buy the dining tabel?
– Ivy

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