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Method + Moxie Design and Renovation
RēCOVER is a new concept deployed in New York that offers centralized technology solutions for physical, mental and emotional restoration. Method + Moxie was hired to design the interiors of this new wellness facility and adjacent private gym used by the owners/trainers for their personal training clientele. The general recovery lounge is a common area for mobile recovery units, while individual rooms offer privacy for other modalities, changing rooms and restrooms.
Central to the design is the underlying concept of precision and the science behind the modalities. This is seen in how the materials intersect, in the high contrast of the materials (concrete / bamboo / steel) and in the repeated use of a tuning fork motif, reflecting the holistic nature of RēCOVER. The motif is seeing in a M+M custom-designed ceiling installation, floor design, reception desk, and the “vibrations” travel into the gym.
Complementing the science is the art of recovery, which is inspired by the shape of cellular recovery - the hex. Interpreted in a more organic form through graffiti as a medium, the vibrant pops of color and vivid shapes bring a meaningful vibrancy and edginess to the space as well as another unifying element.
These forms - made by hand with precision - the tuning forks ceiling installation, the steel plate and desk, the custom tables and benches, and the graffiti - are all various art forms created by humanity and conceived differently in future iterations will be a unifying element to the RēCOVER brand.
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