We have such respect for Purekitchen, a Williamsburg company that has done local green kitchens since 2004. They operate with a strong focus on the safety of the natural environment, the people who fabricate their products, and the customers who are the ultimate end-users, all while creating the most functional and aesthetically-pleasing kitchens we've seen in years.
Purekitchen designs typically feature modern rectilinear forms with varied natural textures. This project, completed in conjunction with Coburn Architecture, features storage solutions that make use of the vertical space of a small room, and both open and closed storage cases for the homeowner's individual needs. There is a sleek but warm mix of washed white oak, low-VOC lacquer, and natural slate. All materials are sourced as locally as possible and the company offers an entire range of options with no added urea-formaldehyde and recycled cores.
Images: James Lear