|11 - Maryjane Hargrove House
VIEW FROM DINING AREA toward kitchen
The interior kitchen of this Moraga, California condo was
designed to maximize openness while retaining complete separation
of kitchen operations from the dining area. Recessed task lighting located in the ceiling troughs
is hidden from the dining room view. Cabinets
and book shelves are made of white lacquered solid hardwood and particle board. The glass table top rests on a
stone pedestal fabricated in Mexico.
Design by Albert Pastine, Architect in association with Margaret
Peterson Interior Design, Oakland, CA. Construction by
John Donovan, General Contractor, El Granada, CA.
Cabinets and millwork by Woodart, Larry Delorfice, El Sobrante,
CA. Painting by Ed Goulet, Montera, CA.
Furnishings by Margaret Peterson. Photography by Albert Pastine.