A masonry kitchen islet faced in reclaimed (La Prairie) brick first layed in the 1950's.
A Finnish-style masonry cookstove (extreme left rear) feeds its flue gases beneath a masonry
housing for a propane cook top (out of view, right rear, directly beneath the stainless steel
smoke hood) into a heated bench on the other side of a double splash back (photo). An 8" by
8" flue at 35' provides ample draw.
This islet was conceived by Mariese Leduc Cummings and was built in the same house as the
double stacked heaters described in Sutton #2a.