Architect Jean Nouvel’s apartment tower rises 82 stories, stands 1,050 feet tall, and is crowned by a $70 million duplex.
The Moma Tower is the 7th tallest building in New York City, and is now a notable part of the city’s skyline.
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Slab and Cubic Marble bathrooms, Statuario marble kitchens, elevator Lobbies, and Onyx casings.
The MoMa tower, or officially known as 53W53, finally topped off in early 2019. Architect Jean Nouvel’s apartment tower rises 82 stories, stands 1,050 feet tall, and is crowned by a $70 million duplex. It is the 7th tallest building currently under construction in New York City, and is now a notable part of the city’s skyline. While the glass facade has attracted a fair amount of media attention, the interiors are equally impressive. The fully bespoke kitchens feature polished nickel-plated fixtures crafted in Germany by acclaimed manufacturer Dornbracht include a pullout spray hose.
Samfet was responsible for supplying the super-photogenic, luminous white countertops and backsplashes made from statuary Carrara marble, with bold silver-grey veining, quarried and finished in Italy. The Media has focused much on some of the bathroom features, including the unique Jerusalem Limestone floors and walls with Peruvian Travertine feature walls. All of which was supplied by Samfet.
The demands and standards of this project were like no other project. 5 years of planning and execution to complete our scope. The backlight Statuario marble backsplashes had never been done before and the perfection achieved is remarkable.