Monday, May 20, 2013

NYC: Minimal USA’s Outdoor Kitchen Collection party

photograph by manfredi bellati

NYC: Minimal USA’s Outdoor Kitchen Collection party. On the rooftop of Minimal USA’s showroom in Chelsea, a party was held, in partnership with Gaggenau, to present the company’s first Outdoor Kitchen Collection. Before the party, at dusk, the rain stopped and the dramatic skyline, including New York’s iconic Empire State Building, the two steel water tanks on the roof, Minimal’s first outdoor kitchen and the outdoor furniture by Serralunga were cleansed and ready for the event. 

Minimal USA’s president and CEO Bartolomeo Bellati was photographed with their  M3 outdoors kitchen made entirely in aluminum and stainless steel.

Lutz and Schmitt’s Rene Schmitt and architect Gary Paul

 Lawyer and New York architectural historian Andrew Alpern 

 Architect Harold Tittmann

Gaggenau’s Vanessa Trost and Tony Leventhal

The view on the other side of the rooftop. Note: the water tank incorporated in the Chelsea Arts Tower building.

L’Agent Provocateur’s Clinette Basden-Tucker and Assouline’s Romina Djelosevic

Minimal USA's Italian Architect based in Canada Sebastiano Sammartini

photo credit Phoebe Streblow and Matthew C. Lange
After the rain, Minimal USA’s outdoor kitchen M3 made entirely in aluminum and stainless steel was ready for the party.’s Lori Cheek and actor Sebastian Blackwell

Serralunga’s Holly All chair designed by Philippe Starck was graced by color expert and forecaster Patricia Hall, follow her on Color Clicks.

Model Katrin Thorman and couturier Haans Nicholas Mott, his Bespoke Private Label of “disheveled” clothing is made to order exclusively.

  Multi-disciplinary artist David Barish and art director Laura Landes

From Milan agronomist Giorgio Colombo who with Francesca Ballini Richards co-produces the (A Casa) project event in Milan during the Salone del Mobile.

Film and events producer Brett Herman and artist Kendalle Fiasco

photo credit Phoebe Streblow and Matthew C. Lange 

The Minimal USA party in full swing.

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