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    Wall Microwave Cabinet (AW-WM303612)


    $354.12/ Piece


    30"W * 36"H * 12"D


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      Product Model AW-WM303612
      Contemporary and ComfortableDesigners: Pam Chandler and Patrick Ousey of FAB ArchitectureLocation: Austin, TexasSize: 480 square feet (44.6 square meters), 20 by 24 feet (6 by 7.3 meters)Year built: 2014Homeowners’ request: Turn four 30th-floor penthouse units into one single unit with a centralized kitchen. Special features: A custom burnished brass shelving unit helps conceal a TV while providing display space. White oak wall cabinets hold a full-size refrigerator and freezer on one side of the work islands, and ovens, a microwave and a coffeemaker on the other. Both sides feature pullout pantries and central workspaces concealed by retractable doors.  Why the design works: The burnished-brass shelving unit brings an opportunity for decor in an otherwise utilitarian space, while the quarter-sawn white oak walls give an ease and warmth to the space. Seating on the back sides of both islands creates a hub for gathering.    Who uses it: Active empty nesters who split their time between Texas and Wisconsin. 3. Modern and MultifunctionalDesigner: Donald Billinkoff of Billinkoff ArchitectureLocation: Amenia, New YorkSize: 300 square feet (about 28 square meters); 20 feet by 14 feet, 8 inches (6 by 4.4 meters)Year built: 2015Homeowners’ request: The kitchen was part of a complete reconstruction of the existing 1980s house. The original layout consisted of small discrete rooms that the homeowners wanted to open up to one another and the surrounding landscape. Special feature: Built-in refrigerators and wine coolers in custom wood-veneer cabinetry, plus a separate wall of cabinets and glass-front case for dishes.  Plan of attack: Moving the original laundry room to another part of the house allowed architect Donald Billinkoff to open up the kitchen to make room for a large island with an interlocking custom walnut breakfast table. New windows increased natural light. Gray porcelain tile floors connect all the spaces throughout the house. Who uses it: A semiretired New York City couple, who use the house on weekends and throughout the summer. “Uh-oh” moment:  “The ‘uh-oh’ moment was probably at the point the homeowners determined that tearing the house down and building new would likely cost the same or less than renovating,” Billinkoff says. “In the end however, the owners decided that given their long history with the house, they would experience greater satisfaction giving the house new life.”Nitty-gritty: Appliances: Thermador; flooring: porcelain tile, Uneik; countertops: Chroma quartz; cabinets: wood veneer, Tabu; faucets: Hansgrohe; sinks: Lavello; seating: Poltrona Frau; paint: White Heron, Benjamin MooreTeam: Judith Melinger Design (interior designer); Chris Colomello of Ducillo Construction (general construction); Edi Silva of Silva Woodworking (cabinetmaker); Jason Buchta of Metalcraft (metalwork)  See more of this home