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Ritzwell: New Projects
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Ritzwell: New Projects

We present the latest projects in which the prestigious Japanese firm Ritzwell has participated this year.


The prestigious offices of the Kering Asia Pacific Group headquarters in Shanghai are situated on one of the most famous and dynamic shopping streets in the city. The Group, a luxury giant led by François-Henri Pinault, owns brands such as Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Brioni, Pomellato, Boucheron and Alexander McQueen. The offices have been designed to enhance open space areas that lead to islands in charge of the different operational functions. The perimeter walls, interspersed with large windows, offer a perfect view of the city skyline. Inserted in the wide and essential spaces, the furniture solutions of Ritzwell they take center stage and determine the personality and style of the different environments. The RIVAGE Easy armchair, with smooth lines, combined with the side and coffee tables of the MO series, MT bench, with its woven leather seat and square lines, combined with the MT table, fill with elegance the rest and conversation areas of the offices and create cozy and comfortable corners.


On the outskirts of Auckland is the Herne Bay Road House, a colonial-style house dominated by white overlooking a tropical garden. The crystalline light of the nearby ocean envelops the house, enhancing its profile and allowing the interior spaces to breathe. Wood is the main material, used in its natural color for the floors and in white panels for the cladding. The atmosphere is refined and marine and is combined with a perfectly rationalized space that offers a delicate balance between the different environments. The smooth lines of the Marcel chairs by Ritzwell give the dining room a true character and are integrated into the style of the house, since they contribute to enhance the taste for tradition and the recovery of artisan flavor.


Contemporary architecture just steps from the sea: Auckland's Eastern Beach House is a two-story freestanding house. The ground floor has floor to ceiling windows overlooking the garden with swimming pool that create a continuity between the interior and exterior spaces. The large spaces revolve around a central metal clad block that defines the functional areas of the living room, kitchen and dining room. Here the Marcel chairs, with their soft and light shapes, they create an interesting contrast with the geometry of the rectangular table and the rigor of the metal cladding. This contrast is reinforced by the refined and artisan aesthetic, strongly linked to the tradition of Ritzwell furniture, which fits perfectly even with the most avant-garde projects.


La Marcel chair, designed by Miyamoto Shinsaku, is characterized by its smooth and light lines. The structure is in fine walnut and oak wood, while the seat and back are in leather. The curved and dynamic lines create movement and geometries that return a timeless elegance. It is a very versatile piece, classic and contemporary at the same time, that harmonizes with environments of different styles.

La Rivage Easy Chair armchair, designed by Atelier DQ, it is composed of a wooden structure combined with a soft seat. A feeling of calm, relaxation, robustness and security come together in this product that is inspired by contemporary times and has an attractive design. The comfortable walnut or oak armrests are inspired by the typical curved shape of the ceilings of Japanese temples and shrines. The Rivage armchair adapts to any lifestyle thanks to the different finishes and shades available in the catalog.

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