In the Austin, Texas-based, the hair salon project is recently completed by Becky Jeanes from the Dick Clark Architecture team. The Propaganda Hair Group is rethinks in term of the functionality and the aesthetic. The client is envisioned a loft like environment with an open plan, minimal furnishing, wood and the concrete textures to compliment it. By using the warmth of the wood and the industrial feel of concrete, the overall design is focuses on ways to differentative program within a single space while it is still offering an opened atmosphere. Every day the careful attention is given in operations of modern hair salon designs which is the design details can complement the function and eliminates the supplemental furnishing which is tend to the clutter of the salon.
The varying programmatic needs into one continuous element design and delineates it in the individual spaces within the open plan is consolidated by the walnut cabinets which is placed along to the outer walls. The support room such as the Reception, retail display, makeup artist, stylist stations, color technicians, dressing rooms and smock closet all integrate into the language of the cabinets as they transform through the space. In the shampoo area is implied by a dropped wood ceiling and the sheer curtains which are produce a remote serene environment from the activity of the stylist area.
Auxiliary spaces – break room, restrooms, and office are appearing as tall white volumes which are to create gallery-like walls for photographic display. Below to an open ceiling and exposed building systems, a textured spine is connecting the two entrances and highlights the open plan with a dramatic perspective.
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