The shape of the counter curves around a large cavity carved into the front, which creates a space for stools.
Appliances and cabinets with fitted storage containers are placed discreetly on the other side, featuring seamless handles, while a sink is incorporated into the top.
As with the Boffi Code designed by Italian architect Piero Lissoni, launched last year, customers can tailor the Zaha Hadid kitchen to their choice of materials and layout.
The unit is available in two standard sizes, but also customisable to precise specifications, and in a variety of finishes and materials including marble, wood and Corian.
Boffi launched the Cove kitchen at its Soho showroom in New York, presenting a version with a glacial white Corian top and a dark walnut underside. The launch coincides with the city's NYCxDesign festival, taking place from 3 to 24 May 2017.
520 West 28th – the late architect's first building in New York – is due to welcome residents from June 2017.
Other commercially available products first created for residential projects in the city include the VIA57 chair, designed by BIG for its tetrahedron-shaped tower on the West Side and produced by Danish brand Fritz Hansen.