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jasonB

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You may remember that I posted some pics of some carcases for a curved kitchen almost a year ago in this thread

https://www.ukworkshop.co.uk/forums/view ... ght=curved

Well the kitchen designer that I did it for has finally got the photos up on her web site. As I said in the original post this is just used as a breakfast room and for light snacks by the pool.

http://www.networkinteriors.co.uk/archive/pool-kitchen/

And this is the kitchen I mentioned that she did in the house opposite

http://www.networkinteriors.co.uk/archi ... o-kitchen/

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Jason,
Gorgeous work as usual but I think your first link was probably not intended to remind us of your model engineering prowess?
 

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just fantastic, better still did you know the pictures made it to the parapan website?

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tombo":3v03tn5g said:
just fantastic, better still did you know the pictures made it to the parapan website?

Tom
Yes I've seen it on there, infact all the pics were taken by a photographer from parapan, though Sue's usual guy takes better pics.

Jason
 

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Ah yes! I did wonder wht had happened to those units Jason. I remember the post but had forgotten it until now. Beautiful job mate, what a challenge too. I would love to build something like that....or have a go anyway. It just shows how the other half live don't it? :lol: Excellent mate. :D
 

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Hi Jason ...

My only 'wood' involvement is with turning...
But an 'appreciative eye' can be from verying spheres,....
& I just thought I'd say, thats really teriific work.

It looks fantastic.
8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
 

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Stunning!

=D>

I love the lighting too, but your craftsmanship doesn't need its flattery to shine. The pool and kitchen would be the stuff of dreams if it was illuminated by simple, romantic candles.

It's the closest thing to my idea of paradise that I've seen on this forum.

Gill
 

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Nice work Jason.As a matter of interest if you dont mind me asking what tablesaw do you use?

Mark.
 

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Now don't get me wrong here...

Jason, that is amazing, I wouldn't know where to start.

But.

Am I right in assuming that the client doesn't actually do the cooking and certainly not the cleaning? I would find that a nightmare to maintain.

Beautiful, certainly, but practical? I remain to be convinced.

Terrific commission all the same.

Steve, who is at home in a kitchen as in the workshop, neither of which look like that!
 

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Well the maid does lay out the breakfast each morning, but I think they butter their own toast :roll:

Jason
 
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