Black Beard Barbershop by B&V Studio, Moscow – Russia

October 14th, 2015 by retail design blog

The main idea of design is brutal man interior, so contrasting with glamorous cafe and minimalistic offices in the greatest business centre in Russia.


The space of barbershop is open and separated on three zones: there are working area, chilling zone and stuff. Materials and elements of decor are unusual and unconventional for use in hairdressers at all. The accent is on untreated surface’s beauty, for example, rusty metal ceiling, factory floor tiles with texture concrete, unevenly painted walls with graffiti. Stuff zone is separated by an old brick wall. Such elements like beam light/log lamp, bar stand made of water plumbing pipes, hooks of manipulator-cranes are associating with lifestyle of strong beard men. But you can find also classic barbershop details, like mirror-doors and built-in shelving with carved circuit.


This atmosphere makes Black Beard a really unique and friendly place. It is not just hairdresser, it is the area for meeting old friends, drinking some whiskey and doing so many other important men things!

Design: B&V Studio / Pavel Vlasov / Sergey Bryukhanov
Photography: Dmitry Yagovkin














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