wRRap project by studio Tricot, Hong Kong
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The black exterior gives way to an interior palette of delicate greys; from dove to stone and granite to metallic pewter painted wood. The overall feeling is one of refreshing modernity with the intimacy of a private residence, referencing the grace and refined simplicity of classical Georgian interiors.
In order to meet the need of sophisticated, yet modern and approachable elegance in everyday life, we created several items of the most essential categories of menswear. We offer original, yet highly functional solutions. The conceptual framework is supported by minimalism and simplicity which lead to refined architectural fashion
Annie Aime is a fashion retail space designed utilizing +tongtong’s series of geometric freestanding clothing racks, Les Ailes Noires. An open-concept flexible environment that can easily be reconfigured for art openings and other events was created to allow the client to be able to evolve her explorations and retail offerings.
The former boiler room of the Lebanon Mills jewelry manufacturing complex in Pawtucket, RI is transformed into a sleek, modern graphic design office and private residence. The space – featuring 30′ high ceilings and the remnants of the original boiler room configuration – required a visionary approach, and the final product is a vision of spare, minimalist elegance.
The geometric spatiality results from strong diagonals, composing furniture that accentuates the tension points. Lighting has also a strong presence in the space emphasizing the design lines and contributing for the different atmospheres: one more electric dynamic for the working areas and another more Zen and relaxed for the spa.
From “home touch” Collection left side, where we can find Tom Dixon appliques according to champagne shiny gold freestanding hangers, through Jeans Collection on the right side, characterized by brushed champagne gold wall cladding, to the final accessories room with fabric wallpapper and long smooth shelves.
An installation of natural elements – branches and leaves – is floating under the vault of the ceiling as another charming narrative element. It informs us that in this personal place, so clearly expressing the soul of the owner – a real place of intimacy – nothing is artificial, and that design echoes the adaptability of life.