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Trendy eat-in kitchen photo in Philadelphia with marble countertops

West Philadelphia Kitchen

Installation of new kitchen marble countertops; reconditioned exposed ceiling joists; locally custom-fabricated steel floor-to-ceiling bay window. Photographer: Jeffrey Totaro

Trendy eat-in kitchen photo in Philadelphia with marble countertops —  Houzz

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sariken wrote:January 23, 2012
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    Sara Bederman Design
    Love the table where is it from?
  • g s

    Where can I find that table?

anneg wrote:January 29, 2012
amyhouse wrote:January 29, 2012
  • 218sms
    it was an old farm table we found, but then had the same man who built the windows make the base. any wide pine planks would probably do. he is a genius with steel -bill curran. billcurrandesign@gmail.com
diven wrote:February 11, 2012
mendicino wrote:March 11, 2012
Love the chairs, Where can I get more info. to consider purchase?

cvanduz wrote:March 22, 2012
may I ask the depth of the bay?

- depth of the bay? Thank you!

  • cvanduz
    Thank you for your help
Denise (Bushre) Pelcher wrote:April 12, 2012
  • Ivette Lama

    is the ceiling insulated?


  • ski4life

    No need to insulate interior ceilings, at least for heat purposes.

beckwithhomes wrote:June 7, 2012
Where did you find the windows?

emkay45 wrote:August 14, 2012
Stonehouse Designs wrote:August 27, 2012
I have wood windows. Could I paint the windows a deep charcoal grey (blackish) on the inside and keep the wind

bigalbrown wrote:December 30, 2012
What are the dimensions of your table?

  • piranidesign
    Where is the table from?
  • mreigart
    I would love to know more about that table
elliot1111 wrote:January 21, 2013
Shawna Lidsky wrote:February 23, 2013
What type of wood is the kitchen table made from?

    mlwjones wrote:February 27, 2013
    • olivias
      Correction. *Hanson General Contracting, Philadelphia
    • carolaclair
      I too would be interested in bump out info. I need to bump out a bathroom about 2 ft.I'm new to HOUZZ, so is there a way to be included in any further discussions about this?
    stephgosselin12 wrote:December 3, 2013
    juno100 wrote:December 28, 2013
    • julialilley
      How efficient are these windows in extremely cold temps? (Northern michigan)
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      Rasmussen / Su Architects

      These windows were designed with a thermal break (continuous insulated glass) between interior and exterior grids. The sandwiched construction is very appropriate for cold climates!

    Karin Benedito wrote:December 30, 2013
      olivias wrote:February 8, 2014
      adiasc wrote:February 27, 2014
      • _laurenbaker

        what kind of wood is that table made from?

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        Rasmussen / Su Architects

        It's a salvaged material but we do not have a record of the species. (The homeowner purchased it directly from the fabricator.)

      _laurenbaker wrote:July 22, 2015
      what kind of wood is the table top made from?

        bsongbee wrote:November 27, 2015
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          Rasmussen / Su Architects

          The floor of the bay is insulated with conventional fiberglass batt insulation. The original second-floor bay is self-supporting, but new steel was required to make up for the load-bearing masonry wall that was removed.

        • bsongbee
          Thank you for your quick reply! This space is inspiring and achievable for us urban dwellers - beautiful.
        Suzy wrote:March 16, 2016
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          Rasmussen / Su Architects

          Thanks for your question. The bump-out on the 2nd floor was actually an existing bay, which determined the footprint of the steel structure on the 1st floor.

        Leslie Adrian wrote:April 13, 2016
        Who custom built the floor to ceiling window?

        Katie White wrote:August 9, 2016
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          Rasmussen / Su Architects

          Thanks for your question. There are "before" pics posted in threads below from November 2015. Not an inexpensive proposition due to the custom nature of the work - check with local contractors and fabricators for costs in your area.

        Judith Rahilly wrote:June 2, 2017
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          Rasmussen / Su Architects

          Thank you! The fabricator is Bill Curran Design and is local to Philadelphia.

        Stone Majestic wrote:September 4, 2017
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          Rasmussen / Su Architects

          Thank you! The overall distance from the countertop to the far wall of the bay is 9'-6". The table is pushed slightly closer to the bay, leaving about 4 feet between it and the countertop. Hope this helps!

        • Stone Majestic

          Thank you! That is a huge help!

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