The Mill New York City

Though a mix of 19th and midcentury industrial structures characterize the rich backdrop of New York’s historic Long Island City, an ever-increasing demand for modernity and style are shifting community culture and its needs. Despite its wealth of past-meets-present locales, husband and wife team Chip Brian and Nina Sisselman envisioned something more. “The neighborhood had easy access to everything we needed for our growing businesses,” explains Brian, co-founder with Mike Daddio of residential contracting and design firms Design Development NYC and Neue Atelier,except for really good coffee.

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Given the compact space and full wall of windows, we worked to create a galley layout that would allow for ‘milling about,’ comfortable seating—including a banquette that doubles as storage area—and efficient service.”

 

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