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TSA Work featured in new Taunton Press book

by Tektonika Studio Architects on September 1, 2012

NewKitchenIdeasthatWorkCoverTwo Tektonika Studio Architect projects are highlighted in new Taunton Press book, New Kitchen Ideas That Work by Jamie Gold.  See project mentions on page 11, 19 and 186-187.

Copies of the book can be obtained through Taunton Press booksellers both locally and online. 

Projects highlighted in the book include collaborations with Peregrine Design Build (pg 11, 186-187) and Gristmill Builders (pg 19).

The following BOOK EXCERPTS highlight some points of note regarding the TSA spotlighted projects:

“A vivid blue glass backsplash, open wall cabinets, and sleek brushed hardware can freshen up an existing kitchen without a major investment.”

“Whether you look for ideas in books, online, or at local events, be sure the elements that inspire you will not only work well with your home’s architecture and value, but also with how you use your kitchen.”

“Lighting, paint, furniture, and accessories complete and personalize your kitchen.”



“No Small Surprise”

by Tektonika Studio Architects on August 1, 2012

The Tektonika Studio Architect team loves a great surprise as much as anyone, so when given the opportunity to collaborate on a surprise kitchen project the team was all in.  Wendy Valiere of Seldom Scene Interiors requested the assistance of TSA in order to reconfigure the existing spaces and associated structural strategy in order to maximize the functionality of a previously cramped and dark kitchen.  The resulting project came together while the clients vacationed abroad, and as Better Homes and Gardens Special Interest publication, Kitchen and Bath Ideas, states “it was a surprise of a lifetime for the wife” that was orchestrated by her husband on the sly.

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Kaufman, Mervyn. “No Small Surprise.” Better Homes and Gardens Special Interest Publication, Kitchen and Bath Ideas. August 2012: pg.34-37. Print.