MAX beauty salon by SSOMOO DESIGN, Seoul – South Korea

June 30th, 2016 by retail design blog

The client commissioned this project is the company that launches beauty salons using Italian products, so they wanted the interior design expressing Italian mood. From the façade, we applied Romanesque style on the arcade type blind arch with simple metallic patterns and the same impression was given to the back wall of the counter desk by using bricks.

​Also we used European hexagon tiles in trend for the corridor and room floors, and in order to avoid monotony of materials, we tried diverse fun by processing ash woods as long as maintaining hexagon patterns. We built a dome ceiling at the corridor and put vintage patterns over it to try to give an impression of an old Italian building.

Each room was designed with various color patterns and concepts to give customers comfort and joy at the same time. ​Glittering titanium gold metal used for frames of the shower room, furniture, and lights enhanced the luxury of the shop.

Designed by Byungcheol Kim, Dongjun Goo / SSOMOO DESIGN
Photography by Hyeonguk Choi









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