This cabinet utilizes ultra space-efficient Eurpoean hardware to allow the door of a lower cabinet to be raised up to allow full access to the interior. The hardware features soft-closing elements so that it is impossible to slam closed. We have four unique varieties of these opening mechanisms on display in our showroom - come on over and see them in operation!
The grain of the old wood was remarkable on these boards!
The tiny kitchen space was maximized by utilizing every possible inch - something that our 'screen to machine' design and building allows us to accomplish easily.
This refrigerator enclosure uses every possible space. The upper cabinets feature etched glass that was made by the artist who is living in the home.
CabFab worked closely with the architects and designers to create the interior rolling wall that will allow the homeowners to partition their spaces as their needs dictate. They can have privacy or openness with minimal effort - and the random hole pattern allows for a fun play of light to pass through. the panels are made from a 100% renewable material that is just coming to market from e2e Materials in Ithaca, NY.
The e2e rolling wall.
An example of how the LiveWork Home can be configured using the rolling walls to denote space.
The finished space, complete with soapstone countertop. This place is cool!