Commercial Interior Design
What’s a “boutique” project?
Commercial projects that are smaller in scale and design driven, qualify as a boutique project.
Your expertise might be in women’s clothing, spa / salon ownership, or as a restaurateur and you have come to realize that your business should reflect an updated, modern or simply a cool look.
You have neither the inclination nor the resources to get it done. The professionals at Lee Tripi Design provide strategic space planning and architectural specifications to meet your design objectives.
Recently completed projects
Jibarra, a cosmopolitan modern Mexican restaurant and tequila lounge. A blending of International Style with the flair of Miami Deco. This atmosphere is clean and its pure simplicity results in a comforting oasis in the northern section of Raleigh, North Carolina.
Interior Features include backlit semi-transpatent panels of resin providing mystery between the lounge and dining spaces.
Mura, a Japanese sushi restaurant and night club in Raleigh, North Carolina. It features private tatami rooms with sliding shoji screens. The cocktail lounge and sushi bar seek to entertain with Asian modernity and glitzy sophistication.
In Longford, Ireland, just west of Dublin, the Asian modern furniture studio, Zenza, commisioned Lee Tripi Design to create an East-West styled environment where interior furnishings from Sumatra and other Asian islands are displayed in tempting vignettes.
From the Zenza site:
"THIS STUNNING EFFECT WAS CREATED BY THE RENOWNED AMERICAN DESIGNER, LEE TRIPI. HIS STYLE IS CHARACTERISED AS HAVING ZEN SIMPLICITY, CREATING SPACES THAT ARE SOPHISTICATED, YET RESTRAINED AND NEVER INTIMIDATING OR PRETENTIOUS. WE AT ZENZA BELIEVE HE ACHIEVED THIS VISION AND MORE AT THIS, OUR FIRST STORE."