Wonderwall for future kitchens

April 2002
Cabinet Maker;4/5/2002, Issue 5281, p3
Trade Publication
Highlights the Royal Institute of British Architects' Kitchen in the 21st Century Home design competition. Sponsor of the contest; Description of the winning design; Comments of the judges about the mood wall.


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