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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Lily Nails – Nail and Eyelash Salon(Yau Tang Store) in Beijing, China by Arch Studio

 
July 7th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Arch Studio

Lily Nails is a nail and eyelash salon that owns numerous chain stores in Beijing and Shanghai. To meet the needs of environmental upgrade of the brand, Arch Studio was commissioned to do the design for the brand’s new store in Yau Tang Shopping Centre, Beijing. The store is a rectangular space with an area of more than 60 m2

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

  • Architects: Arch Studio
  • Project: Lily Nails – Nail and Eyelash Salon(Yau Tang Store)
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Photography: Jin Weiqi
  • Design Team: Han Wen-Qiang, Song Hui-Zhong, Huang Tao
  • Design Company: Arch Studio
  • Project Address: Yau Tang Square, Chaoyang District, Beijing
  • Design Time: 2016.01 — 2016.03
  • Construction Time: 2016.04 — 2016.06
  • Area: 66 m2

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

The design gets rid of the symbolic method of over deco which was typically used while designing this type of store. The starting point of this design is to create a relaxed, cozy and natural experience environment, where customers can relax themselves and feel like being in a garden. A circle of 8mm thick white perforated steel plate extends from the mall corridor to the inner store; this helps to create a soft and pure curved space. Different from seat arrangement of traditional nail salon, the six seats here ares enables customers communicate happily while doing their nails.LED light film together with spiral steel plate creates soft and well-distributed interior light. As the green background of the whole space, the plant wall makes the new space full of vitality. The gap between helical curve and the original square store forms other ancillary spaces naturally such as front desk display area, plant landscape and employee service area.

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi

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Image Courtesy © Arch Studio

Image Courtesy © Arch Studio

Image Courtesy © Arch Studio

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Image Courtesy © Arch Studio

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