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November 08, 2002 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-08

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'BY MERVIT BASHI

n this fast-paced world of
hectic schedules, the
kitchen is a comfort
room. Here, families con-
gregate, refuel and recon-
nect. Two new books, The

Art of Kitchen Design

(Sterling/Cassell, $24.95
paperback) by Johnny

16 •

NOVEMBER 2002 • sTYL.E AT TILE JN

Grey and Kitchens: Design is in the
Details (Sterling/Chapelle, $27.95,
hardcover) by Brad Mee, celebrate
the kitchen and all it has to offer.
Grey is a top kitchen designer
and producer in the United
Kingdom, who, in The Art of
Kitchen Design, explores the history
and the evolution of the kitchen.

His vision and design create a dis-
tinct aura for the spaces he works
with, while allowing for individual
tastes as well. Grey includes case
studies of the modern farmhouse
kitchen, in addition to gothic and
city styles. He offers solutions for
every type of kitchen — from
small and spacious to traditional

and futuristic. "Almost all the
kitchens I design are, for me at
least, but I hope for my clients
too, kitchens of the future," says
Grey. His originality promises to
be at the height of efficiency
while providing a comfortable and
elegant space.
Mee's style, in Kitchens:

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