09 April 2015
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AlvinT on Dulux Let's Colour



AlvinT was invited to host Dulux's Tv show called "lets Colour". Alvin Tjitrowirjo, founder and creative director of AlvinT shared his visions and ideas of how he relentless effort in implementing local Indonesian Identity into his furniture line. The show was aired in national television in Metro TV. 


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30 March 2015
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AlvinT at Asian Star IFFS, Singapore

13-16 March 2015 the annual International Furniture Fair Singapore or known as IFFS opened their doors to furniture buyers, medias as well as to the public. AlvinT was invited to take part in Asian Star, a special section of the fair that featured rising designers from Asia Pacific.  
AlvinT displayed their home accessories which was the result of collaboration with Bamboo specialised brand Fasa. The display  included Brace pendant and floor lamp, a set of Puccha and Mada trays, Jangjanng clothe hook, and Loop stool.
The collection was inspired by bamboo’s beauty and flexibility driven by the desire to raise the value of bamboo product through fine human made craftsmanship and contemporary design.
FASA & AlvinT collection can be found at AlvinT Showroom, 
Jl. Suryo no. 11a, 2nd Floor Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia. 
For more information please visit www.alvin-t.com or email us at info@alvin-t.com


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21 December 2014
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Sushi Groove Market

Collaborated with the Indonesian well known conceptual food and beverage company, Ismaya. AlvinT Studio designed the Sushi Groove Market Located at Kota Kasablanka, South Jakarta. AlvinT Studio delivered a fresh contemporary reinterpretation of Japanese fish market ambiencealigns with Sushi Grove Market Concept. The idea is to bring Japanese fish market atmosphere amalgamated with visual graphics inspired by traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e. AlvinT Studio created bespoke interior and highlighted a great deal of details, which is apparent in its furniture, facade, tiles, and the wall decor. 

Emphasizing the details while preserving the Japanese ambience of the restaurant, AlvinT Studio took the Fish quite literally as the main feature of the space, exploring and translating it into the bar - kitchen, and a room divider for a dining area. With strong details and play of scale, it created a distinct experience towards the customers.

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