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Terence Conran Kitchens: The Hub of the Home

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Updated with all-new content for 2002, Terence Conran’s invaluable reference on kitchens tackles the most complex design project in the house.

In many ways the heart of the home, the kitchen is a place where style and function can coexist magnificently. International style king Terence Conran shows us how to do just that in Terence Conran Kitchens. In terms of planning, th
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published May 14th 2002 by Clarkson Potter
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Sep 18, 2011 Susan rated it it was amazing
Love every room. Want every room. Love his vision of clean and clear and bright. I wish the old Conran's store was still in New York, that place was a wonder. I still have a little bookshelf from there, a hundred thousand years old when I was twenty something.
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Sir Terence Conran was educated at Bryanston School, Dorset, and trained as a textile designer at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London. Hand in hand with his much-publicized career as an arbiter of good taste for a whole generation goes a career in cookery and restaurant management. Having learned the basic skills in the kitchens of a two-star Parisian establishment, he opened several s ...more
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