The “BIG APPLE” celebrates Effeti kitchens.
Effeti open the first showroom in the USA.
WHERE DID THE KITCHEN GO?
“Effeti, the 40-year-old Florentine manufacturer of high-end modern kitchens, is showcasing two of its newest designs: the BK1 and BK2, by the brothers Gabriele and Oscar Buratti. The BK1 kitchen is for those who want everything hidden: it can be configured so that doors conceal the ovens, the refrigerator and even a fireplace. The BK2 is made of matte-lacquered scraped oak, with doors that slide open to reveal colorful lacquered interior cabinets.” (New York Times)
“We have about 10 door-front styles, which are clean, modern and not fussy,” said Shelly McClure, a president of Effeti USA.
“Every drawer and cabinet interior can be completely customized with dividers, and in a New York City kitchen, I think those details make a huge difference.”
The showroom is at 645 West 27th Street (11th Avenue). Information: (212) 502-8916 or effetiusa.com.
New York Times, May 17, 2013.