Barber shop by Ard Hoksbergen, Amsterdam

September 29th, 2012 by retail design blog

Amsterdam-based architect Ard Hoksbergen’s interior design of barber, a traditional shaving salon placed within a 19th-century shop in the downtown core of the capital city of the Netherlands. The project expresses a raw, but warm atmosphere, where mainly natural materials are used. A floor of old sawn floor beams, clay plaster, pine plates, leather and concrete provide an industrial-type feel, exposing a network of copper pipes that influence the inner workings of the barber shop.











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