The Humble ‘Scullery’

I liked this piece by Rob Annable of Axis design Architects, based in Birmingham, which appeared on Building Design Magazine’s new Housing Blog. If you’re stuck outside BD’s

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2 Responses to The Humble ‘Scullery’

  1. Tim Stonor says:

    Nice post. Being old enough, I remember that even small houses had pantries. More a necessity than a luxury. Likewise, even the smallest hall of residence bedroom had a “pop up pantry” – typically constructed from two Sainsbury’s bags, hung from a window hook. Here in Cambridge MA, we chill our evening drinks in the pile of snow outside the back door. Life lesson? – there’s more to life than a Smeg!

  2. Matt Wood says:

    Thanks for your thoughts Tim!

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