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Point studio | Hairstylist Showroom

Concept & Competition Point Studio | Hairstylist Showroom

Point Studio | Hairstylist ShowroomChromatic and perceptive contrasts enrich in details the essential lines and volumes of this hairstylist showroom where the different customers needs are sum up in a global design project.

Point Studio | Hairstylist Showroom

© Enrico Muraro

Point Studio | Hairstylist Showroom

© Enrico Muraro

Point Studio | Hairstylist Showroom

© Enrico Muraro 

Since we were asked to divide the space into two main areas, one reserved to the washing operations, the other one for hairstylist job, we decided to make them clearly different: while the working area is a wide, bright and flexible space that meets the different needs of the customers through the use of a mobile furniture element replacing traditional equipments, the washing and waiting lounge is conceived to be softer and darker, being used also as relax area.

Location: Turin, Italy
Architects: Point studio | Marco Verrando (architect, project manager), Francesca Rossotti (architect)
Client: PEPE Hairstylist
Project name: Hairstylist Showroom
Event date: Completion January 2011
Photos: Enrico Muraro

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