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432 PARK AVENUE. The highest skyscraper in New York furnished by ARAN Cucine 22.06.2018

ARAN Cucine is a mine full of talent, quality, aesthetic value, and innovation. The brand from Abruzzo had to make of the handicraft tradition, together with technology and design research, one of its main strength. Know-how is a talent and Made in Italy is a precious inheritance that Aran nourishes and exports all over the world.

The Contract division of the Aran group was involved in the accomplishment of the prestigious 432 Park Avenue project, a skyscraper in the heart of Manhattan, designed by the Architect Rafael Vinoly, and that with its 426 meters, can be considered the tallest in New York. As a new icon of the New York skyline, this ‘simple’ squared building, studded with wide windows welcomes over a hundred luxury apartments on the inside, completed by around 3000 square meters dedicated to exclusive services, managed by a team of experts: swimming pool, gym, pool lounges and leisure, conference rooms, theatres and spa.

In order to carry out the layout of the interiors, cured by Deborah Berke Partners Studio, Aran Bathroom collections, and Aran night collections have furnished 482 baths and 78 pantries, other than 214 wardrobes. In particular, Aran Cucine has produced 142 Lab13 kitchens, in White Pro Lacquered finish, customized according to specific architectural needs.

Lab13 collection, part of the ARAN Cucine’s wide range, is one of the kitchens which better fits American taste, especially for its ‘’extra-storage’’ system, which provides more functionality and improves space management. The size, in terms of height, develops in multiples of 5-inch with a standard base unit size of 30-inch; the height of the worktop can be customized, and storage capacity reaches 15% more for wall units, and 30% more for base units.

Beside the already various range of finishes, Aran’s tailoring ability has added a further customisation of its kitchen models made for 432 Park Avenue, creating a perfect harmony between the kitchen and its surroundings, among Palladian proportions, hardwood oak finishes, marbles and magnificent windows opening on a stunning city view.


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