Architect Susan Susanka specializes in small-scale remodeling projects. Her philosophy is "Not So Big," which emphasizes quality not quantity.
The role of kitchens has changed in Americans' lives. It was once a room relegated to the back of the house - out of sight. It's now a focal point of the family's social life. Sarah recommends opening up the house so that you can always see another living space from the kitchen. Since kitchens are now the heart of the home, we need to be able to interact with the rest of the house.
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