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ONSY, a brand-new hair salon located just a few steps from Prague’s bustling Náměstí Míru, presents a tastefully decorated interior designed by architects Kristýna Bělohradská and Kryštof Blažek of studio minio. Located in a sunken ground-floor space in a block of flats in the fashionable Vinohrady district, the salon is entered from street level and has a barrel-vaulted ceiling.
The interior is subtly toned, light, and fresh, with emphasis placed on coordinating materials, shapes, and colours. The terrazzo floor is laid out in diagonal bands not just as an aesthetic statement, but primarily as a playful way of working with the unusually angled rooms. The ceramic tiles are easy to clean, and the variegated pattern can camouflage stray snippings of hair. The entire space is lined with practical, easy-care wall tiles in the same spirit as the floor. Large wooden hooks for handbags are fitted to the walls. The idiosyncratic furnishings have gentle rounded edges, large round black handles, and indestructible black paper composite panel tabletops. The high work counters are faced with coloured metal panels; the lower hairdresser tables are in a green tone and stand on black metal legs. The wall lamps, tall candlestick lamps, and pendant lamps illuminate the space with soft light through white opal glass. The gorgeous light cream colours are offset with a variety of positive green hues, black accents, and metal with a dreamy hint of mother-of-pearl.

Interior design by studio minio, Kristyna Belohradska and Krystof Blazek

Photography by Jan Kudej

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