Portfolio Category: Interiors Commercial/Retail
Completed in 2015 by the Turett Collaborative, Dirt Candy, the ‘future of vegetarian restaurants’ calls this bespoke space its home. This interior design project includes seating design, custom wall treatments, and lighting accents, all of which combine to create a unique dining experience in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
Cosabella, internationally acclaimed high-end lingerie company, hired TCA to help design their first New York City showroom in lower Manhattan. The space contained compelling features such as high ceilings and exposed brick walls, which both the client and TCA decided would become a design asset in the renovation of the space. TCA worked closely with… Read more
For a while in the early ‘00s, anyone wanting to savor some of the best French chocolates could visit the elegant Michel Cluizel Chocolat boutique nestled in ABC Home. The centerpiece of the space was a rich, custom designed showcase crafted of Macassar Ebony. It gave definition to this amorphous space with an orb shape… Read more
The Marinha Grande mglass collection is an edition consisting of pieces in glass and crystal designed by 23 Portuguese designers. The mglass showroom in The New York Merchandise Mart at 41 Madison Avenue is their first showroom in the United States. It was designed and constructed by Turett Collaborative Architects in less than two months…. Read more
Hired by SSP (large British foodservice firm and Restaurant Associates to bolster the design of their Toronto Airport food concession rfp. Developed 7 restaurant concepts from scratch including logos and signage. Short timeline, worldwide team, worked smart by creating extranet to communicate and distribute documents via website. SSP won rfp.
When the leaders of the TeleMedia Accelerator approached TCA in November of 1999, they had a vision of a workplace where energy and innovative ideas naturally emerge, where state-of-the-art design breeds open communication. TCA responded by creating a future-focused ‘lab’ environment that encourages a new workplace dynamic. The unique nature of the TeleMedia Accelerator project… Read more
For this large and well known hip hop recording company, refinement comes in sleep forms, suggestions for feng shui and energy flow, and an untraditional office design complete with weightlifting space, an aerobics room, a dance studio an isolation chamber for quiet reflection. Balance was a major theme in Turett’s design these corporate offices have… Read more
From the moment you first spy City Bakery it is obvious this is not a typical neighborhood bake shop. The bakery’s creator approached TCA with a well-formed vision for a shop that would stand out as unique even on Manhattan’s East 17th Street; Wayne Turett worked closely with the chef/owner to bring that vision to… Read more
In the mid-1970’s, Wayne Turett had designed a popular newsstand on the Upper West Side of New York City, which subsequently won a City Art Commission award for its clean lines and intuitive functionality. Newsbar took this experience one step further, as Turett envisioned a high-end coffee bar and retail space, great looking and comfortable… Read more