In the heart of Manhattan, the skyline is constantly changing. New towers rise higher and higher, pushing the limits of design and innovation. At the forefront of this transformation are two Montrealers: Matthew Auerbach and Georges Berberi, the partners of Samfet Marble.
Samfet Marble is a leading supplier of high-end natural stone and marble. Their work can be found in some of the most luxurious residences and commercial spaces across the United States. In New York City, they have collaborated on some of the most exciting and innovative projects in recent years.
One such project is the MOMA Tower Apartments, located at 53 West 53rd Street. Designed by renowned architect Jean Nouvel, the building is a true masterpiece of contemporary design. The interiors are just as breathtaking as the exterior, with sweeping views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. The spaces are adorned with natural stone and marble sourced by Samfet, including the luxurious Calacatta Gold marble.
Another project that Samfet has contributed to is 520 W 28th Street by Zaha Hadid. This stunning building stands out for its futuristic design and state-of-the-art amenities. The interiors are a perfect reflection of this, with sleek lines and elegant finishes. Samfet’s marble and stone can be found throughout the building, adding a touch of luxury to every space.
Perhaps one of the most impressive projects that Samfet has been a part of is Hudson Yards, the largest private real estate development in the United States. This massive project includes a mix of residential, commercial, and retail spaces. Samfet has provided the natural stone and marble for many of the buildings in the development, including the sleek and modern Fifteen Hudson Yards.
The interiors of these buildings are a testament to the beauty and elegance of natural stone and marble. From the floors to the walls to the countertops, Samfet’s materials add a touch of luxury to every space. The Calacatta Gold marble, in particular, is a favorite among interior designers for its unique veining and stunning visual impact.
But it’s not just about the beauty of the materials. Samfet’s commitment to sustainability is evident in every project they take on. They work closely with their suppliers to ensure that the materials they use are responsibly sourced and produced. And they take great care in ensuring that their manufacturing process is as eco-friendly as possible.
In a city where innovation and luxury go hand in hand, Samfet Marble is a crucial player in the transformation of the skyline. Matt Auerbach and Georges Berberi’s passion for natural stone and marble has allowed them to create truly exceptional spaces that push the boundaries of design and luxury. And as they continue to collaborate on new and exciting projects, we can’t wait to see what they’ll come up with next.