The key to this project was to create a kitchen fitting of a residence with strong Industrial aesthetics. The PB Kitchen Design team managed to preserve the warmth and organic feel of the home’s architecture. The sturdy materials used to enrich the integrity of the design, never take away from the fact that this space is meant for hospitality. Functionally, the kitchen works equally well for quick family meals or large gatherings. But take a closer look at the use of texture and height. The vaulted ceiling and exposed trusses bring an additional element of awe to this already stunning kitchen.
Project specs: Cabinets by Quality Custom Cabinetry. 48" Wolf range. Sub Zero integrated refrigerator in stainless steel.
Project Accolades: First Place honors in the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s 2014 Design Competition
Mountain Peek is a custom residence located within the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana. The layout of the home was heavily influenced by the site. Instead of building up vertically the floor plan reaches out horizontally with slight elevations between different spaces. This allowed for beautiful views from every space and also gave us the ability to play with roof heights for each individual space. Natural stone and rustic wood are accented by steal beams and metal work throughout the home.
(photos by Whitney Kamman)
A pair of hand carved leprechauns for an Irish pub style bar designed by architect Jim McNeil. ミネアポリスのトラディショナルスタイルのおしゃれな着席型バー (コンクリートの床、ll型、ドロップインシンク、落し込みパネル扉のキャビネット、濃色木目調キャビネット、木材カウンター、茶色いキッチンカウンター) の写真
An unused closet was turned into a wet bar. Reclaimed wood shelves are suspended by industrial rods from the ceiling.
The backsplash of the bar is covered in a paper brick veneer product usually used for set design. A distressed faux paint technique was applied over the embossed brick surface to make it look like a real worn brick wall.
Photo By Fred Lassmann