This kitchen — at only one hundred and thirty-one square feet — was created by removing walls and making it an open concept home. Because the kitchen would be visible at all times from the other living areas, design required a careful choice of fixtures as well as cabinetry detailing. The fridge is a Sub-Zero and is completely covered by cabinets. The columns on each side were created to cover mechanical that could not be removed. A generous stainless steel sink was welded into a stainless steel countertop with apron for the farmhouse character. A professional gas range is topped by a custom ventilator that is effective yet beautiful. An island ‘table’ that has pot storage on the stove side and an eating bar on the back is open and airy yet functional. All uppers are with glass including the sides for more light movement. Crisp subway tiles complete the retro feeling for this chef’s delight.