Hammond Kitchen

The Hammond kitchen project called for the redesign of an existing 1970’s era kitchen to improve for better ergonomics and overall functionality.  Through kitchen component reconfigurations, the new design allows the homeowners to double the amount of work surfaces and seating areas. This in turn set the stage for the introduction of low-maintenance and low-embodied energy materials such as reclaimed wood, stone tiling, recycled mason jars (for lighting), as well as FSC certified wood.

Project Cost:

$50,000

Client:

Hammond Family

General Contractor:

Summit Construction

Structural Engineer:

CE Anderson