Small Kitchen layout help
We are redoing our kitchen and are more design than practical oriented. We are installing the Ikea Abstrak (glossy white) cabinets. Appliances are 30" Liebherr fridge, 24" Miele steam/convection, Fisher and Paykel dishwasher drawers and a 30" Miele induction cooktop. We are thinking small footprint with clean lines. For a hood, I am fabricating a simple box around a 30" Kobe insert. I know that I need and want a 36" hood but after a week of debate, my DW still thinks it is too big.
Option 1: If I keep the cooktop and sink on separate walls, there appears to be more space for cooking and what not. However, we currently have almost this same configuration and the space next to the sink above the dishwasher is never utilized. This layout would also require us to vent out through the roof and we are hoping to put small chotskyies on top of the hood box.
Option 2: Put the sink and cooktop on the same wall. This would require moving the window but that would be a plus because it would enhance the view. We could also vent straight out the wall rather than going up to the ceiling. This layout would create a larger counter space "landing zone" on one wall.
Attached are some renderings of the two options. Everything is not perfectly to scale as there are limitations with the online tool but it is pretty close. Looking for advice as to pros and cons of doing this.