– Hair do is a two-story hair salon in front of Chiba Station. Overlooking the city with a large window, the building combines a constructive economic system to a functional interior.
– Sides Core designed a minimal hair salon with an extreme attention to every single detail, including sound, with which clients get in touch to offer a customized space experience.
– In Marseille, Margaux Keller – with Bertrand Guillon architect – designed an hairdresser space in the muted seaside tones of azure blue and yellow and plenty of southern French touches.
– Japanese architectural studio Sides Core completed in Kobe an hair salon: a space that gradually takes shape inspired by vine’s unique ability to grow individually and then connect, shaping a whole. A space where customers can enjoy spending time.
– Moriyuki Ochiai Architects designed a beauty salon around the theme of water using recycled aluminum sheet to express the flow of water and hair and bringing out the beauty of the raw materials.
– The shop philosophy focused on natural products influenced Anne-Sophie Poirier, who used a limited palette of materials to gave a minimalist yet warm look to this nail spa in Armadale.
– +tongtong’s latest project, Her Majesty’s Pleasure, is equal parts café, retail boutique, beauty salon and bar, all located under one roof in downtown Toronto.
– Japanese designer Yusuke Seki completed Kolmio+LIM, a nail salon in Osaka where wood and white colours reflect natural skin tones and the space itself is intended to symbolize the process of nail colouring.
– Tsubasa Iwahashi Architect refurbished a beauty salon in Osaka prefecture finding an architectural solution that allows the owner to keep his habit to greet passers.
– The nail polishing strong color palette creates the identity of this nail-art studio: an atmosphere that could be replicated in any commercial space without loosing the feeling of the studio.