Johnny Grey describes himself as an almost-architect who got waylaid by kitchens and the world of ideas. In the mid-1980s, he revolutionized kitchen design when he coined the term “the unfitted kitchen,” referring to a kitchen composed of freestanding furniture rather than monolithic banks of matching cabinetry. Johnny lives in Hampshire, England, where he practices kitchen and interior architecture. He also has a studio and showroom in San Francisco and is the author of four books, including Kitchen Culture: Reinventing kitchen design (Firefly Books, 2004).
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