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
Wayne designed a wall-to-wall, 10-foot-long copper hood and backsplash to anchor the kitchen. "In old camp-style kitchens, you saw a lot of long hoods like this," he says. "I wanted to have a commercial-kitchen effect, but I chose materials that felt like a classic copper pot."