Carrying on the 'tour', the arguably less exciting by always important ovens and range top are next up.
The range top is 4 burners - 35K BTU each - and has one interesting feature. The pan around the burners is supposed to be filled with water while using. at the end of the night, you take the drain plug out and everything goes down the drain. Like the wok station beside it. I don't use this feature much, I don't make that much of a mess on the stove so there's little need in my use case. But it's the first time I saw something like that.
The pair of ovens are convection gas and work well and fast.
The hood system was a project into itself. I used Captive air as the manufacturer and they also did the calculations on sizes and design. We basically used two back to back hoods for the island, pulling around 6000 CFM in total. This required make up air, which I wanted to be tempered. This added a 10 ton heat pump.
PICTURE - This is the roof fan before being lifted onto the roof and installed, carefully, so you could not see it from any vantage point from the house. Behind me is the 10 ton make up air unit.
This outer plenum is where the make up air blows down. It creates a wind curtain on the outside perimeter of the hood on all 4 sides and sucks back up and in, which makes it perform well when I'm cooking steaks with huge flames on the grill.
I like the design. The variety of columns has nice effect. Well planned home. My only question would be how often do you have to clean the pool? We have a lanai over ours. It keeps the leaves and the critters out.