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Cycle Projects is a New York City based design, architectural, and interiors firm with a focus on hospitality, high-end residential, and adaptive reuse projects.
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About

Cycle Projects

Cycle Projects is a New York City based design, architectural, and interiors firm with a focus on hospitality, high-end residential, and adaptive reuse. From new construction to renovation, our work includes corporate food projects, family owned restaurants, distinctive residential spaces, and more.

Our unique success in the food and beverage sector comes from years of experience as both owners and operators. Starting with small, “boot strap” projects in Brooklyn in the early nineties, we were at the frontier of the food and beverage revolution, now in full swing across the country. Building on this experience, we offer large restaurant groups and acclaimed chefs exceptionally designed rooms for diners to enjoy their creations and a comprehensive narrative for back-of-house and service-based success.

Cycle Projects also participates in the greater food justice community through socially engaged art projects around the world.

Why Cycle?

The “Cycle” process takes every project – large or small – through a range of design and logistical exercises with the goal of achieving functional, beautiful, cost efficient, and on-time results. This process evaluates the project from multiple perspectives, listening to the client and discussing their needs and creating a focused and workable plan. We all live and interact with buildings and space – It’s our task to listen and translate our client’s thoughts into a architectural solutions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stunning Bridge Views & Seafood Await At All Hands In Williamsburg

- Gothamist

Rawness Reigns at Dan Kluger's Loring Place.

- Eater

Lilia makes the one of the New York Times' top 10 restaurants of 2016. Look around the concrete-floor dining room, glance at the one-page menu, and you could be at any number of casual Italian restaurants. Start eating, though, and you realize Lilia has something else going on.

- The New York Times