Situated in a sprawling flat in the histoic Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, this dated kitchen was reinvented for improved purpose and functionality. Built in 1902, the existing layout of the space involved smaller, meandering rooms flanked with large scale windows. Our scope included the gut renovation of the kitchen and dining room including reconfiguration of the layout, structural reinforcement, new utilities, fabrication of custom millwork, and finish carpentry.
We collaborated on this project with Kuklinski + Rappe Architects. The goal of this project was to create a more functional use of the kitchen while combining the living areas to provide an open concept design to function with the other spaces in the unit.