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These Amazing Kitchens Will Up Your Thanksgiving Game

06:00 - 24 November, 2016
These Amazing Kitchens Will Up Your Thanksgiving Game

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, ArchDaily looks back to present a compilation of the most stunning kitchens we've covered in the last year. While it may be a bit too late for this year, read on to get some inspiration for perfecting your feast and amaze your guests in 2017. 

© Nelson Kon © Fernando Gomulya © Amit Geron © Peter van der Knoop +18

Feast Your Eyes On These Stunning Kitchens

12:00 - 26 November, 2015
Feast Your Eyes On These Stunning Kitchens, Lucky Shophouse / CHANG Architects © Invy & Eric Ng
Lucky Shophouse / CHANG Architects © Invy & Eric Ng

As many of our U.S. readers prepare for their Thanksgiving feast, we’ve decided to share with you one of the things we are most thankful for: stunning kitchens and the architects behind them. Continue reading after the break to view a compilation of kitchens we wouldn’t mind spending our day cooking (and eating) in. 

Pit House / UID Architects © Koji Fujii / Nacasa & Partners Nevis Pool and Garden Pavilion / Robert M. Gurney, FAIA Architect © Maxwell MacKenzie The Shadow House / Liddicoat & Goldhill © Keith Collie Transformation d'un Atelier en Loft / NZI Architectes © Juane Sepulveda +10

Pinterest Round Up of Our Favorite Nap Time Retreats

17:00 - 27 November, 2014
Four-cornered Villa / Avanto Architects © Kuvio
Four-cornered Villa / Avanto Architects © Kuvio

If there is one thing that will make you crave a nap, it’s a Thanksgiving feast. To help you through the post-meal hangover, we have complied some images of our favorite nap time retreats from Pinterest. Relax, enjoy and thank you for being an ArchDaily reader.

Continue after the break for all the images…