Central West End Kitchen
The food prep area and the dining/entertainment area flow together within one overall space. Changes in ceiling height, linear lighting & cove lighting all contribute to the overhead drama.
The angled wall between the cooking center and the dining/entertainment area serves not only to provide a subtle distinction between the two spaces, but also becomes a feature wall of its own.
The owners purchased their midrise condominium because it had a lot of things going for it, but the kitchen wasn't intially one of them. However, after clearing out some walls and starting over, the kitchen has become the home's center of attention.