Bilotta Kitchens was featured in a recent article in Interior Design Magazine. The article highlighted three high-end multi-unit residential projects that utilized brands found in New York’s A&D Building. Although the three projects each employed a different design team, their statement kitchens all featured sweeping city views, high-end appliances, contemporary design and rich material selections. Bilotta’s featured project, Thirty Park Place, has 157 kitchens and is currently the tallest residential tower in downtown Manhattan.
The Thirty Park Place kitchens, designed by Tom Vecchio of Bilotta Kitchens and Robert AM Stern Architects, are all outfitted in Bilotta Collection Cabinetry in rift cut white oak with a custom stain and Colorado white marble countertop with waterfall, Gaggenau appliances, light wood plank flooring and soft grey walls. The building was one of the first that helped bring Lower Manhattan back to life post 9/11 and was the vision of Larry Silverstein of Silverstein Properties.
Read the full article in Interior Design here.