Hair Salon by 90id, Taichung – Taiwan

August 21st, 2014 by retail design blog

Art Museum Parkways of National Taiwan Modern of Fine Arts (NTMOFA) is the first non-smoking public area in Taiwan; nearby residents and stores fuse the serene ambience, environmental awareness and community force, create a “green corridor- LOHAS,” showcasing the aesthetics of leisure life and attracting the attentions of all islanders; and gradually becomes a trend in the artistic area.

The materials for interior space design are eco-friendly and are of natural woods. The textured look of gradation on the interior spaces made of fir woods is not only functionally as compartments, but also a amazing book wall.
You can always pick up a book to read while waiting.

The sceneries outside of the gigantic floor-to-ceiling windows and the tranquility that surrounds the entire facade are so enchanting, so just embrace the large piece of green,the transparent sun rays and serenity.

Designed by 90id
Designers: Sam Chang, Chloe Wu
Photography by koleii

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