This kitchen is part of a major house remodelling and renovation managed by Brahma Construction Co. of Miami Beach. The challange for this space was its long and narrow shape and because it had only two small windows. To add light we built the floor-to-ceiling cabinet with fluted glass doors lights one side of the room and the LED lights mounted under the wall cabinets, reflecting on the white marble backslash and countertop, take care of the other side. The concept for the very long island is to suggest a clear water stream ending in a waterfall at each end. In keeping with the fluid theme you will notice the use of horizontal, linear grain used throughout. This wood is called bubinga. To protect it I applied a tough clear poly low sheen finish. The installation of all under-counter drawers enables easy access to items inside, even around the sinks and dispose-all. The spring-loaded lift arms of the wall cabinets, as well as on fluted glass display case, are self/soft closing and hold the door open at any position. Finally, there is the area around the side-by-side refrigerators, coffee maker and microwave. Since these appliances have stainless steel, I made the cabinet doors here with matching stainless steel fronts.