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A Sliding Countertop that Brings Minimalist Elegance to Any Kitchen

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Using technology found in yachts — where light-weight, high-performance, and beautiful design are a must— Minimal USA's Sliding Tops conceal cooking fixtures to effortlessly produce a sleek, modern kitchen aesthetic.

Explore their products in these three projects, including Tadao Ando's 152 Elizabeth apartment building in New York City's Nolita neighborhood.

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The kitchens in Tadao Ando's 152 Elizabeth sport a unique version of the Sliding Top, though the basic construction is...
...the counter top moves.
The interiors and finishes of the building were designed and selected by Gabellini Sheppard.
Minimal USA's islands with Sliding Tops also contain a number of storage units within the sides of the kitchen island.
The Verve Sliding Top's matte lacquer cabinets are crowned with a statuario marble surface.
The Glam Sliding Top, with the same matte lacquer cabinets but topped with a Corian surface, is the second of Minimal...
...and another that reveals the cooking niche and its Gaggenau modular vario appliances.
To learn more about Minimal USA's wide range of offerings, visit their website.
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