Brooklyn, New York
When a group of architect and developers buy projects around New York City, you wish for it to be something like this: 440 Atlantic. Their vision was a European aesthetic that paid homage to the metal materials throughout the building. The exterior was an older facade that they retrofitted, and the interior had billowing metal beams throughout the eight units. Metal was an important material for this project as they wanted to see consistency throughout the space. Metal railings, metal frames along the windows, and grey powder coated metal beams overhead. The kitchen island gives the illusion that it’s floating because it has powder coated steel legs, as well as overlay doors-and-drawers free of hinges. This was a cutting edge project with a team of architects and developers that had a clear aesthetic vision. Upon the completion of this project in New York, there was suppose to be a big gala celebrating the apartments but they sold before they were complete. We were honored that Moya Living kitchen designs were a big part of that.