Instead of full-size appliances, Franks installed SubZero freezer and refrigerator drawers and a compact Fisher & Paykel dishwasher. More important, he tore down walls to open the space to the rest of the condo. "It was built at a time when kitchens were supposed to be separate from the living areas of the house," he said of the original 1960s layout.
Michael Robinson Chavez / Los Angeles Times
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