Today we wanted to share with you about our latest Arclinea kitchen install. This project was a collaboration between Bunker Workshop, an interior architecture firm based out of Charlestown, and Casa Design’s Arclinea Project Manager, Shelley Cates.
The project began with the designer creating some conceptual drawings, and Shelley implemented Arclinea cabinetry into his design. The cabinets Shelley implemented are part of Arclinea’s Italia collection, in a glossy thermoplastic material (a material that offers the look of high gloss lacquer without hurting the wallet) with their signature library rail and sliding ladder.
Below is some commentary from Chris Greenawalt, owner of Bunker Workshop, regarding the collaboration:
I had the pleasure of working with Shelley at Casa Design on a kitchen project we designed in Cambridge, MA. My clients stopped in Casa to look at some lighting fixtures and were blown away by the Arclinea kitchen on display in the showroom. I couldn’t be happier because I knew that we were going to get beautifully designed and constructed cabinetry. Shelley guided my clients through the many storage and hardware options and then we got to work incorporating the cabinetry into my design. I expected some compromise to be necessary to match some of the custom elements of the design (a built-in spice shelf and rolling ladder), but we were assured that Arclinea could build those features as well. Arclinea sent their own team to install the cabinetry. I was thoroughly impressed with their attention to detail. The cabinets are elegant and highly functional both inside and out and integrate nicely with the custom features of the design. I believe that Bunker Workshop and Casa Design integrate nicely as well and look forward to collaborating with them on future projects.
This project is a great example of how we can maximize storage capacity in a small footprint. The cabinets have lots of internal accessories for better storage, organization, and accessibility, such as a pull-out base cabinet with vertical storage for chopping boards or cookie sheets, as well as the internal pull-out trays (shown in the image with the coffee maker). Additionally, this kitchen is a fantastic example of how Casa Design works with architects and designers to see their vision into a reality, as well as how we can create a budget-friendly space.
Those with inquiries regarding Arclinea can contact Casa Design at firstname.lastname@example.org
Images by Dola via Bunkerworkshop.com.