This TV kitchen, cookbook writing office, and huge art studio all in one were designed by architect Elizabeth Roberts. The room is permeated with a light-hearted atmosphere that suggests that everything is not as serious as it seems. The chef’s spacious kitchen is occasionally used for television productions and events – the island hob and wall-mounted ovens are both good for filming. The brick walls, exposed pipes and sprinklers, and wooden lintels are all original for the building. The exposed wooden ceilings as well as the columns and beams are oversized to support the weight of the industrial building. I think the goal of mixing these three rooms in one kitchen has been achieved. Do you agree?