Tick Tock Kitchen

No expenses spared in the most expensive ($25 million) apartment in Brooklyn, New York. This stunning kitchen, designed by Stefano Venier for Minimal USA, in the Clock Tower is sleek, sophisticated and the embodiment of Italian contemporary style which employs environmentally conscious materials imported directly from Italy.

The kitchen has been designed to sit perfectly with the four clocks.

The cabinetry edges, as well as the refrigerator door, the wine cooler and the upper cabinets are mitered at 45-degree angles with all side panels, creating flat planes and clean lines. The cabinets are finished with ten coats of white F4star environmentally certified lacquer. The stainless-steel drawers hold over 100 llbs and have soft-closing mechanisms. The countertop and the two integrated sinks under the windows are stainless steel. The island is topped with the distinctive, grey 45-degree edged Pietra Cardosa Italian stone. In line with Italian design, the cooktops are built into the countertop with separate swing-door ovens installed below. The fridge, wine cooler, dishwashers, cooktops and ovens are all made by Gaggenau.

The Clock Tower, erected in 1915 on the DUMBO waterfront, is on top of one of the largest poured concrete buildings in New York and provides a fantastic view of Manhattan. What used to be a machine room for the clocks now houses a 6,500-square-foot apartment boasting a breath-taking quadrangular view of New York.


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