After a hurricane flooded architect Wayne Good's 110-year-old Chesapeake Bay cottage, he seized the opportunity to design his dream fish camp-style kitchen in just over 150 square feet.
Photo: Laurey W. Glenn
"These homeowners are cooks with an operating-kitchen aesthetic, not a showplace kitchen," notes Betty Dowling. Indeed, Wayne, a serious cook, looked to restaurants for efficiency ideas. He borrowed their under-counter, open-shelving concept to keep all of his pots and pans within easy reach.