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and from the living area at the front.” Molina says because the client is both a family man and an avid cook, it was important for him to be able to interact with his children at play in the garden, while he is working in the kitchen. “The seamless transition between the living areas makes this possible.” In keeping with the old 80 search | save | share at meets new design approach that defines other areas of the house, the kitchen features modern cabinets in sleek timber veneer. These are teamed with an island wrapped in Calacatta Gold marble. The galley-style workspace puts everything within close reach, and with the island open at both ends, circulation is also streamlined. As with most Singapore