When it comes to cabinetry, Minimal’s designs could easily be considered art—literally. The showroom is located in Chelsea, on the top floor of a building comprised mostly of galleries, where managers Bartolomeo Bellati and Stefano Venier command a view of the Hudson River and a spiral staircase that leads to the rooftop.
Originally founded in the Venetian region of Italy by brothers Fabio and Denis Zanette, Minimal is dedicated to the concept of bespoke solutions that focus on detail (Minimal even designed a kitchen for the set of Transformers 3). Minimal USA’s projects have taken them across the country, from Austin to the Upper West Side, but every end result is subtly different.
From big contracts (the apartments in the Little Red House Building in Soho) to the breathtaking Clock Tower loft in Brooklyn, Minimal USA makes good on their promise to provide eco-friendly solutions that don’t compromise aesthetics.
Minimal’s collections go by names like “Verve” and “Glam,” words that don’t immediately spring to mind when it comes to kitchen remodeling. But it’s hard to argue with those words when the end results seem so worthy of them; a particularly impressive option is the sliding top, which both hides the sink and provides ample counter space.
Their showroom is available for viewing by appointment (and their website, www.minimalusa.com, offers plenty of jaw-dropping proof), so check them out. Minimal USA may be the ultimate purveyor of real estate porn.
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