Archive for the ‘hairdresser’ category

Crystalscape by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

February 15th, 2018

Metallic waves, representing the bright, aerial, gracious way in which hair flows, are intricately weaved into a white matrix of geometric patterns (a lattice structure featuring a signature color gradation of white and wooden tones) to produce a mystical luminous crystal from which a subdued light scatters as it bounces off the creases in the metal.

Hair Clinic gnome by Takeshi Nagata & Yukari Nagata, Osaka – Japan

February 8th, 2018

The white triangles stand out in contrast to the grain pattern of the wood and give rhythm to the space. Also the effect of the geometric pattern influences your optical sense to make the low ceiling (CH = 2400mm) in the salon seem higher.

L’Occoco hair salon by Abraham Cota Paredes, Guadalajara – Mexico

January 18th, 2018

Along the front of the desk, all-white beauty products are showcased inside a glass cabinet. To the left is a set of six hair-cutting stations. The top halves of the walls are lined with mirrors, reflecting the crips white interiors. Upholstered chairs and cabinetry are also white, creating a seamless visual effect.

Mige Stylist Studio by Yatofu Creatives, Hunan – China

October 31st, 2017

Towards the trend of exclusive and invite-only services, owners of Mige set the brief of transforming a typical Chinese apartment layout into a functional studio space. The atmosphere should be vibrant, young, trendy, and bold, while offering customers a more intimidate and private experience.

Oli & Ève, Maison de coiffure by Espace 313, Longueuil / Québec – Canada

October 30th, 2017

The designers imagined an exclusive environment with a mix of boldness, chic and aesthetics. In the industrial-looking space with 18 feet high ceiling and visible concrete, designers took advantage of the abundant natural light while adding a touch of human warmth and conviviality.

Organic hairdressers’ by LIQE arquitectura, Vigo – Spain

October 10th, 2017

We created a clearing in an imaginary forest, a space surrounded with the pure white light necessary to fit dyes colors and hair. A clearing that, emptied in the stone of the artificial environment of the street, becomes visible from the exterior by the elimination of unnecessary elements in the showcase.

Mrs B Salon by Pallavi Dean Interiors, Dubai – UAE

July 25th, 2017

The custom designed styling stations are complete with integrated power sockets for equipment, entertainment drawers with ipads and dekton worktops. The Belmont Takara chairs traditionally used in Barber shops add a masculine touch and are perfect for feminine face treatments!

Oriana beauty salon and spa by SUPERFUTUREDESIGN, Jeddah – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

July 21st, 2017

Sound absorbing ceiling curved panels, inspired by the sound waves, penetrate into the hairdressing salon and often come down to the floor giving more privacy in the stations. A vertical garden acts as a focal feature while separating the environments. The use of natural woods, marbles and warm colors complete the look, converting the 870sqm in a unique and relaxing retreat.

Jack the Clipper flagship barbershop by FormRoom, London – UK

July 14th, 2017

Brass piping details are utilised throughout the space, across windows, walls and the ceiling, referencing the industrial design of the victorian era.

LYOTO hair salon by U.LAB, Seoul – South Korea

July 12th, 2017

We positioned ceiling mirrors and rear mirrors by having these needs in mind. The reflecting image is purposefully positioned and the mirrors will allow customers to follow up with their procedures in detail.

Harisis hairdressing salon, Lippstadt – Germany

June 23rd, 2017

The interior design serves as a stage of the hairdresser’s master. The central design element is the mirror tower, which visually combines both levels of the hairdressing salon and thus significantly shapes the spatial structure.

Luck Out Hair Dressing Salon by Bonfield Interiors, Tokyo – Japan

June 14th, 2017

Steel panels, iron pipes, antique lamps, air ducts, paint-stained “imperfect” furniture become attractive and decorative in their own right due to their functional design.

Hair Center by Hilit Karsh, Haifa – Israel

May 18th, 2017

This ceiling sets a dramatic tone that introduces the customers to the fashionable nightclub atmosphere. The main space still has the construction poles that were a part of the original building. They were coated in black, with elongated black stripes across the ceiling.

Salón White store by Gespronor & Mas Arquitectura, A Coruña – Spain

May 17th, 2017

Salón White store by Gespronor & Mas Arquitectura, A Coruña – Spain

Barboss 2 by Workshop Dmitriy Grynevich, Kiev – Ukraine

February 13th, 2017

Particular elements of the interior can be called a ceiling lamp made according to the sketches of the project author. Another interesting solution is work places of hairdressers, made like dressing rooms into a clothing store.

Luna Salon by Soar Design, Changhua City – Taiwan

December 7th, 2016

Circular mirrors rest in wooden bases for easy movement, allowing the owner to rearrange the space as needed. Long pendant lights hanging just above the table emit a soft glow.

Savour Dalang store by Co-Direction Interior Design, Dongguan – China

November 17th, 2016

In the design of Dalang store, designer creates all kinds of “illusive wall” by using mirror and transparent acrylic (glass). These walls might add function of display, or interactivity brought by the mirror reflection; which is a very nice try.

Sams Barbers by Terry Design, Belfast – Northern Ireland

November 8th, 2016

The design, inspired by the classic gentleman’s club uses a palette of aged timber, ribbed glass, antiqued mirror and marble. With the biggest and best selection of barbers and hair products in Ireland, it was important to create a retail environment that reflected this.

Miele Hair Spa by Offset Design Studio, Nicosia – Cyprus

November 2nd, 2016

Miele Hair Spa by Offset Design Studio, Nicosia – Cyprus

Cofta hair salon by iks design, Nagoya – Japan

November 2nd, 2016

We produced furniture and finished interior by using wood materials normally used for substrate of furniture and interior finish for reducing the cost. Paint finish with rough texture is applied, so that it “weathers nicely as a taste” along with the time, rather than just becoming “old” after the completion.