Posts Tagged ‘iks design’

Bistro La vie by iks design, Nagoya – JAPAN

June 21st, 2017

Brass was used as eye-catchers for lights, hanger pipes, furniture knobs and handles, window frames, decorative screws, etc., in order to provide gorgeousness to the interior. The antique scaffold planks add a casual atmosphere to the space, preventing it from being too sophisticated.

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.

Ba sho hair salon by Iks design, Okazaki – Japan

September 27th, 2016


The shop is in a single open space, so that they can increase hair cut sections, or move furniture to reveal a large white blank surface on the wall for photo shooting of the salon’s work.

Belle Fleur hair atelier by iks design, Nagoya – Japan

September 12th, 2016

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.


R ART of Coffee by iks design, Nagakute – Japan

June 19th, 2016

In order to produce a space to match the essential nature and quality of this shop, we carefully sorted out the interior finish elements and materials, and selected copper and brass as the materials to accentuate the space for their gradual transformation of textures and feelings by usages.

efficient furniture by iks Design

March 24th, 2016

Using the standard plywoods makes it possible to produce economically, furthermore able to ship at low-cost and purchasers are able to put it together without any screws nor hardware.

GEEK comfortable bar & cafe by iks design, Iwata – Japan

August 5th, 2014

This facade is constructed rectilinearly, though the plasterer left some strokes when he mortared the wall instead of mortaring evenly. This technique and using mortar with sumi could effect relaxing atmosphere. Moreover, the wall of facade is connecting to inside’s wall and bench.

Ki se tsu hair salon & esthetic salon by iks design, Nagoya – Japan

May 28th, 2014

In the heart of Nagoya-city, a husband and his wife run a hair salon and an esthetic salon in the same place. One of their requests was that they needed spaces for both the hair salon and the esthetic salon separately in only 40㎡ of space.