Kitchen Tour: Wall Street at the Setai

Kitchen Tour: Wall Street at the Setai

Jill Slater
Nov 9, 2010

This is the second in our Setai Series. Here, designer Richard Hallberg, creates a fictitious apartment for Gordon Gekko based on his life in the New York-based film, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.

Bizzi & Partners, developer of the new Setai — high-rise hotel/condo near the Empire State Building — hosted this years Design Visions: Cinema Style! Encouraged by co-sponsor, the Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting, designers chose their favorite New York movies and designed over-the-top apartments with the movie's stars as their imagined clients.

Cooking, unfortunately, does not play a major role in the life of this bachelor... but if it did, this kitchen would provide him with more than he would ever need.

What's great about the kitchen is that it is all white and, thus, a wonderful pallette for reflecting the sunsets and sunrises each day. This apartment is on the 58th floor and the views are unparalleled for residential living in NYC.

The 'dining room' plays a major role, placed rather aggressively in the middle of the living room. It's a substantial table with substantial chairs, available for eating in, or working late.

Check out the rest of Gordon's great apartment in Gordon's Bachelor Pad at the Setai on Apartment Therapy!

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