An 1890s Lawrenceville row house kitchen transforms into the owner’s cherry-veneered machine-for-cooking. A re-designed adjacent bar and powder-room provide support and style for entertaining in the form of a semi-enclosed passage. The new square footage is wrapped in an ashberry velour hit or miss brick pattern with corten window details (or precast lintels/sills).
“The only real stumbling block is fear of failure. In cooking you’ve got to have a what-the-hell attitude.” – Julia Child
“Drama is very important in life: You have to come on with a bang. You never want to go out with a whimper. Everything can have drama if it’s done right. Even a pancake.” – Julia Child