because our work is ultimately a 3-D expression, The intersection of lines, whether in a room, between rooms or throughout an entire space is key to better, smarter, useful design. When utilizing space, we play with lines + consider that symmetry need not always be the expected match-up.


"In kitchen design, how counter-tops, walls, windows + cabinetry make sense together is often a very non-symmetrical equation, that in its totality, works."

Caryn Bortniker, designer


When designing, we always consider how one room feeds off of the neighboring rooms + how a group of rooms, work as a whole. Utilizing a space well sometimes requires the design to keep the lines back, to make a statement out of what isn't there.