A previous owner of this midcentury Crestwood Hills home, originally designed by A. Quincy Jones, remodeled the kitchen in 2000, outfitting it with stainless-steel cabinets by Bulthaup as well as a Sub-Zero refrigerator and an induction stove by Diva.
Master typographer Erik Spiekermann and his wife implemented this stainless steel Bulthaup kitchen to reflect their Berlin home’s sleek, modern lines.
Professional photo stylist Danny Seo replaced the wood cabinets of this Bucks County kitchen with stainless steel to accommodate an eclectic collection of kitchenware. "Stainless steel is timeless," he says. "I wanted something that was clean on the outside and on the inside. It’s hygienic, 100 percent recyclable, and, for the home’s modern feel and look, it made the most sense."
When Pitsou Kedem Architects took on the task of reviving this Tel Aviv duplex, originally designed by Joseph Berlin, they chose to respect the home’s Bauhaus heritage by adding industrial materials. The kitchen is now coated in stainless steel.
Architect Justin Korhammer created an armoire-like kitchen cabinet in his Manhattan apartment with this single, stainless steel piece that opens and closes fluidly.