Pepe hairstylist showroom by POINT studio, Torino

August 2nd, 2013 by retail design blog

Contrasts in colour and sensation enrich the essential lines and volumes of this hairstylist’s showroom where a single global design project elegantly accompanies the customer both as they wait and are attended to. We were asked to divide the space into two main areas, one for washing operations and the other for hairstyling, so we decided to render them visibly different.

Whereas the styling area is a wide, bright and flexible space that meets both the customers’ and stylists’ needs through the use of mobile furniture instead of traditional equipment, the washing and waiting lounge is softer and darker to aid relaxation.

Designed by POINT studio

http://www.getthepoint.it

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