The Tim Odom ideal kitchen is a project by the Atlanta architecture mogul modernly designed in hardwood with an exclusive adaptable KWC multi-functional sink.
An island in the center of the cooking area serves as both the washing station and food preparation center. The circular wash basin is split into different sections that are able to slide along metal tracks. This one sink allows you to cut your vegetables, meat or fruit, strain them and wash them all without having to shift back and forth. The metal spray nozzle is designed with a coiled neck that can be curved and stretched to reach all areas of the sink.
Other than the faucet statement piece, the cupboards in the Tim Odom Ideal Kitchen use a metal hinge to raise them up instead of opening like a book.
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