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Monday, 6 August 2012

Functional Weakness


This design is refined and balanced showcasing a considered amount of asymmetrical styling and including the now mandatory open shelf space to allow it to be considered commercially on trend!
But no matter how beautiful or socially aspirational this kitchen appears to be it would still provoke some negative reactions every time the cook realised they had forgotten something from the consumables zone!
Sometimes it is important to remember that humans are not as efficient as they think they are; that is why creating a functional methodology for each and every kitchen design is essential.  Allowing the kitchen itself to interrupt workflow patterns and functional efficiency can weaken the strength of a design and it can only be left to personal judgement to ascertain if the aesthetics are powerful enough to forgive this potential functional weakness!



3 comments:

  1. Great blog - couldn't agree more! A kitchen needs to prove itself everyday...the art is combining beauty with practicality

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  2. Hey There...thanks for dropping by! You're so right! Functionality is King!! Love your blog by the way!

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