Extell’s art deco-inspired tower, The Kent, has officially unveiled its amenity spaces designed by Champalimaud, the same firm spearheading some of the greatest hotels around the world including Raffles Singapore, Hotel Bel-Air, The Plaza Hotel’s Legacy Suites, etc.
Champalimaud crafted decadent spaces for The Kent’s residents including a double-height lobby, serene pool + locker room, drawing room and garden salon designed to feel rich, contemporary yet timeless.
Art Deco’s geometric legacy played a large role in the design including the lobby’s stained rosewood walls with gold etching and slated bleached teak walls in the pool.
Designed by award winning architect Beyer Blinder Belle, The Kent joins Extell’s premier portfolio of Upper East Side luxury residences. The tower features 83 condominiums ranging from three-to-five-bedroom homes with the chic and modern aesthetic. The gracious homes are filled with natural night, oversized windows and well-appointed layouts.
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