PRIM4 Hair Salon by YOMA DESIGN, Taipei – Taiwan

August 25th, 2016 by retail design blog

Crosslight tree lots of light sources shining from the cross center, every one of it represented that PRIM4 will become much more powerful and resourceful. This tree as the token of their second branch are about to let PRIM4 thriving and robust. Cutting area’s mirror revolution. Designed long mirror for reflection with many angles, therefore, when the customers having the hair cut they can watch their hair in the different angles during the cutting. Moreover, it also improved the control of the hairstyle either customers or styler.

Long mirror still have got the principal of reflection from large mirror. As the result of the angles of reflection, let the space more interesting to reflect in the mirror. VIP area a style of low profile but luxurious, using the black glasses, let the space not only surrounded by limit but also much more keen to pass through the entire space. Let the atmosphere be calm and powerful.

Round mirror& mirroring: the style of round mirror coordinated with black glasses allows black glasses design to extend among perspective again, and skillfully display the theory of space multiplication. Rinse area using black hue , allows VIP luxury with a black background support. Due to the light design in order to see though the VIP area and Crosslight tree. On the contrary, the privacy of rinse area can fully trustable, the black glasses using in VIP area is opaque and definitely unable to watch though.

Designed by YOMA DESIGN













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