Sugerman's Solutions Barry Sugerman, Architect, A.I.A. 

Sugerman's Solutions

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Problem: Sink location was awkward and didn’t allow a view of the water. Because the sink cannot be located too far from the plumbing stack, moving it was a real challenge.

Sugerman’s Solution: Repositioning the sink front-and-center in the peninsula – in the “cockpit” of the kitchen so to speak - makes much more sense and provides a wide open view to the beach and water. This is accomplished by raising the dishwasher six inches to accommodate the sink’s water waste line and give it enough slope to drain. Not only did the owners get their view, but loading the dishwasher no longer requires such back-breaking bending!

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