A project by my firm, American & International Designs, was recently featured on Cultivate, a terrific website dedicated to the best modern kitchen ideas. It’s a galley kitchen we did in a New York City apartment building, and though it’s quite small it’s big in eco-friendly features—in fact, the whole high-rise uses 33 percent less water than non-green buildings, thanks to on-site recycling of waste water. A bright and bold color palette gives the kitchen a contemporary, energetic edge. Plus, with a design that’s both functional and aesthetically pleasing, it will stay in style for years to come.
This New York City high-rise apartment galley kitchen by Susan Huckvale Arann was recently featured on the website Cultivate. It has Brazilian Cherry floors and three shades of Benjamin Moore paint: Antique Lace 922; Tucson Red 1300; and Concord Ivory HC-12. Photographs by Atsushi Tomioka
The dining area just off the kitchen has great views.