holistic and integrated
We design kitchens, bathrooms, built-ins, and life/work solutions using a holistic and integrated approach. In other words, we investigate and identify factors that can impact the space with a unique perspective and style of the end-user i.e. - YOU. How your kitchen looks, for example, is an aesthetic factor, however, it is secondary to the functionality of the components, and the architecture of the workflow. In essence, we identify and integrate everything that will improve your experience with your kitchen; not just now, but also into the future. Built-in flexibility of drawer inserts, for example, is important when the workflow dynamics change, as the family gets older. Personal ergonomic factors, such as a user’s height and reach, as well as their physical ability to bend down, impacts ease-of-use. We look at everything from the physical limitations of construction space, to how best to layout the workflow components [i.e. areas designated for preparation, cooking, cleaning, consumables, and non-consumables].
Overall, our holistic approach integrates more than 25 elements that will impact the user experience, and ultimately the resale value of the home in which the kitchen, bathroom or built-in is placed. The key to maximizing value is to balance all the elements to optimize the results.