Cheryl Weber writes for Builder Magazine on a unique space in British Columbia that creates a nice flow between meal prep, cooking, and cleanup.
Overlooking the city of Victoria, British Columbia, this 1970s home shows how you can create an efficient work triangle that ensures traffic flow in a large kitchen. The focal point of this window room is the kitchen which “marries contemporary craftsmanship with the indestructibility required for a family of five.”
Contractor and owner Jason Good installed a support beam in the attic that allowed him to insert the wall of windows. The kitchen is offset by the kitchen’s white cabinetry with wood accents throughout. Claire Reimann, the kitchen designer for Jason Good Custom Cabinets positioned the refrigerator, range, and main sink along the outer wall that faces the view while installing a prep sink on a large island that creates what is known as a work triangle between prep sink, refrigerator, and range.