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Kitchens have changed dramatically since Grandma ran the place single-handedly, whomping bread dough and transforming apples into applesauce. Today, with smaller families and more women in the work force, kitchens must suit a variety of family types and lifestyles. The conventional nuclear family makes up only about one half of American households. Single people, childless couples, one-parent families, and elderly people make up the rest. All make different demands on the kitchen and require different conveniences. A working couple without children, for example, may want a place to quickly microwave takeout food during the week, but an elaborate workspace where two cooks can prepare gourmet meals on weekends. You won't come up with a responsive design for