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En yu-An in Tokyo, Japan by Fumihiko Sano/studio PHENOMENON

Friday, June 13th, 2014

Article source: Fumihiko Sano/studio PHENOMENON

This is the salon and the showroom by Maruwakaya – the company which produces “monozukuri” (which means a craftsmanship or art of design and manufacturing) that links traditional crafts to Contemporary art.

The counter made from Japanese cedar is employed as the center of the room; also, we designed the room by applying only the lintels, the sills, and the pillars.

Image Courtesy © Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc

Image Courtesy © Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc

  • Architects: Fumihiko Sano/studio PHENOMENON
  • Project: En yu-An
  • Location: Tokyo, Japan
  • Photography: Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc
  • Usage: Shop Office
  • Construction: Fumihiko Sano/studio PHENOMENON
  • Site area: 37.30m²
  • Completion: 5/2012

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LE COIFFEUR in Marseille, France by Margaux Keller Design Studio + Bertrand Guillon architect

Thursday, June 5th, 2014

Article source: Margaux Keller Design Studio 

In addition to bouillabasse and aioli, the seaside city of Marseille is now home to a new gem – a cleverly designed hair salon called Le Coiffeur. Conceived for local stylist and salon owner Pascal Lancien by Fabrica alumnus Margaux Keller, a Marseille native herself, the elegant space puts an inviting new spin on the conventional format of a hair dressing studio.

Image Courtesy © Laure Mélone

Image Courtesy © Laure Mélone

  • Architects: Margaux Keller Design Studio + Bertrand Guillon architect
  • Project: LE COIFFEUR
  • Location: Marseille, France
  • Photography: Laure Mélone

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ki se tsu hair salon in Nagoya, Japan by iks design

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014

Article source: iks design

In the heart of Nagoya-city, a husband and his wife run a hair salon and an esthetic salon in the same place.

One of their requests was that they needed spaces for both the hair salon and the esthetic salon separately in only 40 ㎡ of space.

Image Courtesy © Keisuke Nakagami

Image Courtesy © Keisuke Nakagami

  • Architects: iks design
  • Project: ki se tsu hair salon
  • Location: Nagoya, Japan
  • Photography: Keisuke Nakagami
  • Project year: 2013
  • Area: 40 sqm
  • Logo,Graphic deign: Tomoshi Yoshida

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Dogsalon in Usa-Shi, Oita, Japan by Naoko Horibe

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

Article source: Naoko Horibe

Located on a long, thin lot surrounded by rice fields, this combined residence and dog salon has a symbolic shape that turns the building itself into a sign for the business. The dog salon occupies the part of the building adjacent to the main road, with bathrooms and kitchen in the center so as to be easily accessed from both the shop and the residence, while the familyfs relaxation space ? the living and dining room ? is located further towards the back.

Image Courtesy © Yuko Tada

  • Architects: Naoko Horibe
  • Project: Dogsalon
  • Location: Usa-Shi, Oita, Japan
  • Photography: Yuko Tada
  • Design to completion: September 2010-October 2012
  • Primary usage: Residence and dogsalon
  • Structure: wooden construction, single story above ground
  • Family structure: Mother with a child
  • Site area: 325.41 m2
  • Building area: 66.25 m2
  • Total floor space: 66.25 m2

ARKHE beauty salon in Chiba, Japan by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Article source: Moriyuki Ochiai Architects

We designed a beauty salon named ARKHE (refers to the ancient belief that water is the source of all creation) around the theme of water.

This is a space made up by the charm of its raw materials, thus, by using aluminum and bringing out the beauty of the material we bring into existence a space filled with transient and ever-changing light, like the reflection of light on the surface of water.
Recycled aluminum sheet was used to express the flow of water and hair, reflecting the airily soft light, like sparkling light on water’s surface, and filling the space with elegant and sensual curves.

Image Courtesy © Atsushi Ishida, full view(night time)

  • Architects: Moriyuki Ochiai Architects
  • Project: ARKHE beauty salon
  • Location: Chiba, Japan
  • Photography: Atsushi Ishida
  • Client: ARKHE beauty salon
  • Use: beauty salon
  • Area: 120sqm
  • Ceiling: recycled aluminum sheet,skeleton AEP,painted board
  • Floor: plastic tile
  • Wall: painted drywall, grass, mirror

Folm Arts in Osaka, Japan by Tsubasa Iwahashi Architects

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Article source: Tsubasa Iwahashi Architects

If there is a form of the ideal to the shop, it may be to blend naturally as part of the town. It is that, rather than the sign-lit brilliantly, to continue to be as existence is connected to the people indeed. This is a renovation of the beauty salon during the ten years have passed since the time along with the town from opening. There was a figure of the shop owner exchanging greetings friends with people of the town who went through the shop front.

Image Courtesy © Yoshiro Masuda 

  • Architects: Tsubasa Iwahashi Architects
  • Project: Folm Arts
  • Location: Sakai, Osaka, Japan
  • Photography: Yoshiro Masuda
  • Completion: Apr. 2013
  • Floor Area: 55m2

Le Comptoir de Fruit et Légumes in Nagoya, Japan by Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture

Saturday, May 18th, 2013

Article source: Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture 

This Project is a renovation for a SPA, Kaatsu and beauty salon located in the center of Nagoya, Japan. We insert the space to provide drinks being always aware of health and beauty, such as fruit and organic vegetables. We have created counter of 4.2m length in the limited entrance’s space, have secured the minimum flow line for increasing the number of customers standing, have created facade / petit architecture composed with curved surface, while repeating unevenness, so that the counter arranged obliquely may be made to fit the ergonomics of human body.

Image courtesy Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture 

  • Architects: Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture 
  • Project: Le Comptoir de Fruit et Légumes
  • Location: Izumi1-10-23, Higashiku, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
  • Program: Spa, Kaatsu, Beauty salon
  • Completion: 31st March 2013
  • Reopened: 19th April 2013
  • Built area: 300m2

end…Link Beauty Salon in Osaka, Japan by Yasunari Tsukada Design

Thursday, May 16th, 2013

Article source: Yasunari Tsukada Design

The name of this beauty salon was inspired by the owner’s passionate desire to turn it into a destination for “the last word in beauty”. Although the design was first completed about five years ago, the previous premises soon grew to feel a little cramped due to the rapidly expanding size of the team, which prompted the owner to move to a new and larger location.

Image Courtesy © Stirling Elmendorf 

  • Architects: Yasunari Tsukada Design
  • Project: end…Link Beauty Salon
  • Location: Kitahorie Nishi-ku, Osaka, Japan
  • Photography: Stirling Elmendorf
  • Use: Beauty Salon
  • Built area: 114.56m2
  • Completion: 2012 November
  • Design: Yasunari Tsukada design
  • Contractor: Infinity

Ajax Beauty Salon in Osaka, Japan Yasunari Tsukada Design

Saturday, February 16th, 2013

Article source: Neoplus Sixten inc. 

We were commissioned to design the premises of a newly opened hair salon within a multi-tenant building located in Kyobashi, an old downtown area of Osaka. During our visit, we found the site to be a pleasant, well-lit space with many windows. The owner’s requirements were for “a styling space that brings sunlight into the interior while also hiding the exterior landscape from view.”

Photo courtesy of Yasunari Tsukada Design

  • Project: Ajax Beauty Salon
  • Location: Miyakojima-ku, Osaka, Japan 
  • Completion: 2010 February 
  • Built area: 74.80 square meters 
  • General Contractor: Tenshin Construction 
  • Wall: Steel Plate(laser cut), urethane resin paint 
  • Flooring: Mortar, White EP Paint, Epoxy resin paint 
  • Ceiling: Aluminum Plate(laser cut), urethane resin paint
  • Designer: Yasunari Tsukada

Barber Amsterdam in The Netherlands by Ard Hoksbergen Architects

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

Article source: Ard Hoksbergen Architects

This project concerns the interior of a traditional shaving salon, housed in a 19th-century shop in the city center of Amsterdam. For a raw, but warm atmosphere, mainly natural materials are used: a floor of old sawn floor beams, clay plaster, pine plates, leather and concrete.

Image Courtesy of Ard Hoksbergen

  • Architects: Ard Hoksbergen Architects
  • Project: Barber Amsterdam
  • Location: Binnen Oranjestraat 24Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Project Design Team: Ard Hoksbergen, Petra van Roon, Herman Ypma
  • Client: Barber Amsterdam
  • Constructor: Herman Ypma
  • Use: Shaving salon
  • Area: 40 m2
  • Design Period: April -June 2012
  • Completion Period: July 2012
  • MaterialFloor: old sawn floor beams, Wall: clay plaster, ‘subway’ tiles, pine wood, Furniture: concrete, glass, leather
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