Belle Fleur hair atelier by iks design, Nagoya – Japan

September 12th, 2016 by retail design blog

The shop name BELLE FLEUR means “beautiful flower” in French, and we used this word as our design concept for the shop along with the images of the salon owner. 
While the existing triangular-shaped high ceiling is kept and revived, we applied a soft and gentle color scheme to the interior space; decorative frames, preserved flowers and other items were placed to accentuate the space.


The shampoo area has a different color tone to create a relaxing atmosphere for head spa, while the space is slightly screened off by wooden louvers for privacy, isolated from the haircut area and the waiting area.

Architect: iks design
Graphic design: iks design
Photographs: Keisuke Nakagami



















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