Traditional Tudor House located in Seattle, Washington in the Queen Anne. Finne kitchen renovation by American Architect Nils Finne with the creation of simple rooms with materials such as walnut, steel, limestone, Alaska Yellow cedar, textured and seaweed used in juxtaposition, allows each ingredient to benefit from adjacent contrasts in texture and color. Kitchen renovation by removing the wall between the expanded kitchen. Room East-West for long, constantly created, about 25-feet long, with glass doors at both ends. East end kitchen has two seating areas: window seat with pillows inviting soft as well as areas with table seating, flat-screen computers, and generous shelving for cookbooks.
Finne kitchen renovation on the western end opens the door in the shape of the letter “L” has been created between the kitchen and dining room, to give a sense of openness between the two rooms. The solution is a custom door with two panels, and a series of large finger joint between two panels which allow the door to be “L” shaped. In addition to the “L”-shaped zippered door, renovation architect Nils Finne House presented another chance to experiment. Directed the cabinet doors on CNC Alaska Yellow Cedar built without vertical stiles, to create a more sustainable texture across the surface of the lower Cabinet.
Finne kitchen with LED lighting is installed with special aluminum reflector on the back of the closet over-resin panels. Black walnut is used for counter areas are left, and unusual “finger” made between two materials together, allow a pattern of mutual visually appealing that emphasizes quality of hard limestone, fossils and rich grain, warm Walnut both appear side-by-side. The two materials are used to Counter: Belgium Blue limestone and Black walnut. These rocks are used around the sink area and adjacent to the cook-top.
In each area of the window, open shelf cabinet wall to be on top and around the window. The shelf becomes part of a window frame, allowing for generous window sills in almost 10 “. Laser-cut steel detailing appeared in flower-like steel support bracket for hanging chairs hanging window as well as smooth the steel Valence placed in front of the nuances of the glass doors at either end of the kitchen.
Photography by Benjamin Benschneider