A tenant with a small garden along the train street in Enokimachi, Hiroshima City. On your way to the shop, you can enjoy a walk while gazing at the seasonal gardens. An R-shaped shampoo booth that softly separates the space by allowing scenery and natural light to enter the store.
The walls separating the booths are located diagonally behind, ensuring privacy and invisible from the front. The extra space created by the R type not only delivers light to the back of the store.
It has the effect of feeling spacious while taking four cutting spaces in a small space. As the owner’s request, it is an impressive space where you can cut your hair and spend a little special time every day.
Architects: Hankura Design
Architect In Charge:Hankura Design
Design Team:Onhill Design and Construction Company Limited
Photographs: Tatsuya Tabii
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