Based in New York City, Coffinier Ku Design has become known for its innovative designs in both the residential and restaurant worlds. The company and its clients treasure its ability to deliver custom work designed specifically for the needs of the individual client. This custom design begins with architectural spaces and continues to include doors, woodwork, upholstery, case goods, lighting, draperies. Custom-designed work has ranged from the architectural renovation of homes in LaJolla and Southampton to the creation of a forged iron staircase to Lucite coffee tables and includes almost all elements of a home or restaurant.
Residential work has included a loft in Soho, complete architectural renovation of a West Village townhouse, apartments on Park Avenue, an apartment in Paris among many others.
Coffinier Ku Design is also acclaimed for its work in the commercial world with its design of the restaurants Picholine for Chef Terrance Brennan, Piano Due in the Equitable Building, and Frog in Soho for which it was awarded the Best Bathroom Design by Hospitality Design. The company has also designed building lobbies including 255 East 74th Street for which it designed all the condominium bathrooms and kitchens in addition to the lobby.
The work of Coffinier Ku Design has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, Town & Country, Hospitality Design, Contract, The Wall Street Journal, New York Home, The New York Observer, and Restaurant Insider.
Coffinier Ku Design has participated in 4 Kips Bay Decorator Showhouses, been awarded the Alpha Award by Alpha Workshops and has been named one of New York Spaces Top 50 Designers.