Walnut cabinetry adds warmth to the kitchen built by Poggenpohl. Instead of a traditional backsplash beneath the glass range hood, Laney opted for a window, which allows exterior views out both sides of the room. U-shaped, tech-steel, pendant lighting follows the shape of the island, with a pendant fixture spotlighting each seat.
Photo by Erhad Pfeiffer
Walnut cabinetry adds warmth to the kitchen built by Poggenpohl. Instead of a traditional backsplash beneath the glass range hood, Laney opted for a window, which allows exterior views out both sides of the room. U-shaped, tech-steel, pendant lighting follows the shape of the island, with a pendant fixture spotlighting each seat. Photo by Erhad Pfeiffer
published Friday, June 21st, 2013
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The challenge given Jim Laney was straightforward but daunting: Remodel a 1960s mountain cabin into a six-story, contemporary, glass house.

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