Lake Oswego Kitchen
In the context of a tastefully updated single-level residence nestled in the forested hills of Lake Oswego, was a kitchen in dire need of a makeover. The clients had the vision, and had tapped a builder, Hammer & Hand, who they knew could deliver the aesthetic they wanted. When THESIS came on board, the client’s and designer’s visions quickly synched, and the plans for an updated, contemporary kitchen with a minimalist aesthetic were drawn. Rendered in a restrained pallette of ebony wood and white gloss cabinetry, the kitchen is all about opening to the low, linear sequence of spaces in the home, as well as opening a large aperature to the exterior in the form of a 14′ counter-height bi-fold window opening to a bar on the exterior deck. Integrated Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances avoid any unnecessary disruption to the clean lines of the cabinetry, letting the functional elements of the kitchen remain blend into the background and not distract from the pure form of the casework elements.