Japanese architectural studio Takara Space Design has developed a sophisticated, three-story interior ephemeral beauty salon, a space of which brought together the two buildings – the former galleries and shoe store that has been closed down.
The walls of the premises of salon, which opened recently in Omie (Japan), decorated with images of translucent fabric facades of ancient buildings. These phantom images create a magical atmosphere on the verge of sleep with reality.
Minimalist rectangular mirrors, located on the perimeter of rooms, designed to create the effect of real holes in the walls – the windows of old buildings.
Fluorescent lamps illuminate the outer ring reception zone. Further, the lighting system is organized so as to bring visitors into the main room cabin and tie with a single element functional zones.
Three floors of concrete building, which previously operated gallery, have been transformed into a beauty salon and office space, the other part (the former shoe store) was given for a manicure room and image studio for special guests.
The area in which there are sinks, separate from the common room translucent barrier, made of the same fabric with prints, which were decorated with wall space.
Foggy city inside the house seeks to solve several tasks, including uniqueness of the concept, the need to invest in hard-limited budget allocated for reconstruction, refinement and elegance.
The work of authors of the project can be found on the official website of the architectural studio, headquartered in Tokyo: http://www.takara-sd.com/