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2010 NKBA Award Winners

A Modern, Green Kitchen

This green kitchen has concrete floors, quartz countertops and cabinets made from bamboo, mahogany and walnut
Photo By: Phil Bell Photography

Collaborative Design Architects
Billings, MT
Designer: Brian M. Johnson, NCARB

2010 NKBA Design Award: Best Sustainable Kitchen

Design Notes: Concrete floors, ceiling beams and exposed ductwork give this kitchen a modern and industrial edge, softened by the warm tones of the bamboo, mahogany and walnut cabinetry. Radiant heat flooring, insulated concrete form (ICF) walls and cabinets made from sustainably harvested wood all contribute to making this a green home.
Products and Materials: GE Monogram appliances; Cambria quartz counters, mahogany bar top, Kohler sink and faucet, DeWils frameless cabinets, Dal-Tile porcelain tile backsplash.

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