Triz Arte Showroom by Triz Arte


  ©See Chee Keong

Triz Arte Showroom functions as the reception of Singapore design firm Triz Arte. With fluid forms and sinuous lines, the showroom is an embodiment of the firm’s design philosophy, whch strives to harness the merits of both art and architecture. The design won an international award administered by Contract Magazine in 2010.

   ©See Chee Keong

The showroom asserts a definitive presence in a humble brick building which used to function as a warehouse storage facility. Sinuous surfaces and fluid lines break away from angular restraints of the original space to evoke exquisite geometries, documenting seamless gestures frozen in time.

©See Chee Keong

The space, like its fluid forms, is innovative and contingent, and can be altered according to events and needs. Invisible hinges and concealed alcoves transform the space from a showroom to a discussion room for meetings with clients.

©See Chee Keong

©See Chee Keong

With a few simple motions, functional elements are revealed. The movable components and customized objects fully utilize the leftover niches from the creation of organic forms. A space of movement and surprises, functionality is realized together with the radicalism of form.

©See Chee Keong

Atmospheric and surreal, the fluid contours of the space are suggestive yet ambivalent. In the mind of the observer, this could be a dreamscape, where meaning is multifarious and unbridled. Like a piece of abstract art, the formal ambiguity of the space becomes a canvas for one’s imagination.

Triz Arte is a Singapore-based design firm headed by Thriza Teo. 

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