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For a <a href="http://www.dwell.com/articles/A-Clean-Slate.html">tiny Brooklyn kitchen</a>, Workstead mitigated a dire lack of counter space by wrapping the cabinetry into the living area, creating one larger, fully integrated workspace. The custom cabine

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Originally appeared in Dwell's Coolest Kitchens
on June 8, 2012
For a &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.dwell.com/articles/A-Clean-Slate.html&quot;&gt;tiny Brooklyn kitchen&lt;/a&gt;, Workstead mitigated a dire lack of counter space by wrapping the cabinetry into the living area, creating one larger, fully integrated workspace. The custom cabine
For a tiny Brooklyn kitchen, Workstead mitigated a dire lack of counter space by wrapping the cabinetry into the living area, creating one larger, fully integrated workspace. The custom cabinets were made out of ray-dyed Tabu birch veneer. Sliding panels with punched finger pulls act as a decorative screen.

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