Kitchens have increasingly become a place for cultivating new socialization habits. The growth in social dining and home restaurants testifies to people’s desire to create and share fun experiences. Now more than ever, the kitchen is a theatre in which the acts of food preparation, cooking, and sharing become a connective collaboration for families and friends.
As a result of this shift, what demands are placed on the kitchen designer? How do they create a space that integrates more directly with the home it serves? And has the role of a kitchen designer become more crucial than in previous generations? Our panel of experts reveals all.