project
commercial

we did
Kitchen & coffee areas
– All bases and wall unit structures made in stainless steel
– These surfaces treated by hand with metallic brushes to obtain the degraded color effect, from full oxidized to steel color
– Column and shelves made in veneered oak
– Pantry island finished with Calacatta Vagli Oro marble

for
STRIPES

Meatpacking District, New York

architect
Design Republic

general contractor
Gallin Construction

In the kitchen area we used oak and natural steel for cabinets and counters.
In the kitchen area we also made planters with an aluminum drainage system. The center island was made with steel structure and travertine top.

The veneer oak panels resemble the folds and lightness of a curtain, the effect the client wished for. We started with a thick block of wood, and with sophisticated technology and manual skills, our team carved the wood in multiple stages until this effect was achieved. The carved wooden panels were then mounted on a metallic structure and attached to the floor and ceiling to ensure the stability of the whole wall.