macdonald wright architectsScandinavian Kitchen, London

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Macdonald Wright, Architects & Interior Design http://macdonaldwright.com

Scandinavian single-wall kitchen/diner in London with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white splashback and light hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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ritaf76ritaf76 wrote:25 April 2015
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    Graham Atkins-Hughes Photography
    6 years ago
    Sorry I don't know, you will need to ask the Architects Macdonald Wright, http://macdonaldwright.com
  • margaretcornes1
    6 years ago

    Hello, do you know where the sliding doors were sourced from? Thanks

dianakoladi ko wrote:1 June 2016
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    Graham Atkins-Hughes Photography
    4 years ago

    sorry you'll need to ask James the home owner and architect

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How can I get my architect, designer or builder on board?“Clients should be asking their designers and architects about the choices available,” Richard says. “For example, if they like the look of concrete, then ask what might be a more sustainable alternative. “Or, if you as the client have found a sustainable material or idea, then show it and ask if it’s viable for the project,” he says. “We’re learning all the time and we should be empowering our clients to feel confident and comfortable having those conversations with professionals.”Tell us…What would you do – and what wouldn’t you do (if anything) – to make your kitchen design more sustainable? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.

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