Principles of Kitchen Design

The kitchen is the center of gravity in the homes of many American families.
In some cultures the kitchen is more than a mere space for cooking,
it is also a space where family and friends gather together to
cook, eat, drink, and enjoy each other’s company.
A kitchen doesn’t need to be large to be beautiful.
It has to be functional and has to reflect the life style of the occupants.
A kitchen can take different shapes but basically there are only two types:
Formal and Casual. An open kitchen to the family room is casual and more
stimulating. It opens the wings to everybody in the house. On the other hand,
for people who value privacy,
a formal, closed-in kitchen is more appropriate.

Mario Mangone

Mario Mangone Architect is located in Jupiter Florida. He has more than 20 years of experience in residential and commercial work . Graduated from the University of Architecture in Venice Italy, with a Masters Degree in Architecture and Urban Design. Obtained his License to practice Architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan in 1981. Licensed in the State of Florida and is also certified by NCARB.

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