A MINIMALIST HAIR SALON WITH A CONCRETE AND WOOD INTERIOR
Instead of covering the original features, they chose to highlight them in the new design. Crisscrossing steel beams on the ceiling support lighting fixtures, while water pipes hold a bar for clothing to hang on.
Unfinished wood is used for partition walls to give the customers some privacy while not completely closing the spaces off.
A library with a staff-curated collection of books adds another cultural layer to the salon while showing off their stylists’ personalities.
Photos by Yoshiro Masuda.