Published in Great Lakes by Design: Food culture

June 3, 2019

Heather Greene discusses the inspiration for and design features of the bon COOK headquarters and studio, located in a suburb of Detroit

 

The bon COOK headquarters artfully juxtaposes a state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen with dining and entertaining spaces integrated with flexible workspaces reminiscent of urban co-working environments. From its reimagined studio, bon COOK is also a showcase for dining and lounge spaces. It accommodates workshops and cooking classes and provides a work environment for up to 25 people.
 
This article has been reprinted with permission from Great Lakes by Design. 

 

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