Clementine hair salon by T-LEX Brain, Hyogo – Japan
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The long black wall is magnetic and is used as a mood board. The laundry area was separated by a landing and the suspended ceiling was beautified with wallpaper. Such a place was created for relaxation. The reception was separated from the work area but the customer still get a glimpse into what is happening.
The design concept was to create a vivid and natural environment with industrial style at work by utilizing a number of suspended partitions in the middle of wall to perform an open circle to make customers have their privacy while being served, and add some green on the white wall to make the natural speaks.
This is an interior design for a hair salon in Osaka, Japan. First of all, we plant a pachira is 3m in height, and put mirrors around it like a swirl. Next, we set more mirrors and plants around them. By this, you can relax in front of a mirror because your eyes don’t meet other costumers, and you can look increased images of plants reflected in mirrors.
Accessed by a seemingly dodgy freight elevator, Fourth Floor is bright and open with views of the city’s skyline and art installations throughout, typically bartered for hair services over the years. The custom shelving, mirrors and lighting were designed by Tom Dixon, who used to have his studio on the ground floor.
Japanese design studio Sides Core have re-configured a hair salon without a facade. Because of its secluded location, a plan was thought up to allow for effective information distribution. The original space uses partition walls to serve as a background that permits a person to be well contrasted when being photographed after a haircut.