International luminaries get together to create a new contribution to the skyline of the metropolis which never sleeps. Iconic New York City skyline at 56 Leonard Street get reacher with one more tower, designed by Pritzker Prize-winners Herzog & de Meuron. The architectural masterpiece is embodied by a vertical expression of sculpted cantilevers and sparkling glass. Outstanding and noble, with carefully thought out details through every interior space. Custom kitchens created by Dada’s Contract Division is the best expression of the thought and creativity at the heart of this project.
The fascinating building at 56 Leonard Street, created by the Alexico Group, includes 146 residences with 10 penthouses reaching skywards. The custom-made kitchens and bathrooms designed by Herzog & de Meuron were inspired by the shape of the sculptural structure of the building.
By specializing in kitchens under the Molteni Group, Dada has already created 146 bespoke kitchens featuring rounded black lacquer islands with ingenious sliding granite tops. The dark islands are in contrast to glossy acid etched mirror glass cabinets which reinforce the context of Herzog & de Meuron’s linear exterior structure.
Closets with custom-made mirrored linen and 286 cabinets with mirrored sliding doors are other contributions of the brand. Aiming to reflect stunning views while achieving intimacy within the cityscape. The elegance of these artistic interiors is made possible only by the Molteni Group’s expert technology and craftsmanship in manufacturing.
“Our legacy is one of innovation and embracing new ideas. Collaborating with Herzog & de Meuron to create a new design language was an enriching challenge and a natural ideological fit”.
Molteni Group President and CEO Carlo Molteni
Other building amenities rigorously designed by Herzog & de Meuron and realized by Alexico Group include a library lounge, a 25-seat cinema, a playroom, a catering kitchen, a gym and both an outdoor and indoor pool with sundecks.
56 Leonard Tower is the result of an unprecedented dialogue between architecture and fine art. The district itself is known for its rich cultural history, fine restaurants, destination galleries, year-round festivals, and architectural interest, TriBeCa is the perfect home for this new global landmark.