Beauty salon

PaletteH beauty salon / studio fragment

PaletteH beauty salon / studio fragment

PaletteH Beauty Salon / studio fragment - Interior photographyPaletteH Beauty salon / studio fragment - Interior photography, ChairPaletteH Beauty salon / studio fragment - Interior photography, Concrete, ColumnPaletteH Beauty salon / studio fragment - Interior photography, Windows, Door+ 18


  • Area Area of ​​this architecture project Area :
    264 m²

  • Year Year of realization of this architectural project

    Year:


    2022


  • Photographs

  • Main architect:

    Seo Donghan

PaletteH Beauty salon / studio fragment - Interior photography, Kitchen, Chair
© Hong Kiwoong

“Palette H” is a beauty salon that individual designers use while sharing space. Each designer shares or occupies a limited space. We have identified the invisible borders, the distances and the frequency of actions, and organized the space.

PaletteH Beauty salon / studio fragment - Interior photography, Kitchen
© Hong Kiwoong
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To plan
PaletteH Beauty Salon / studio fragment - Interior photography
© Hong Kiwoong

The most important act among the acts that take place in this space is beauty. Beauty is an act of change. We wanted to maximize the changing experience through the space. The external waiting area and the internal beauty area have been separated, and the reception and waiting area and the hairdressing area have been separated by a curved corridor. It was intended to give you the feeling of changing your mood as you move through space and space using dark passages.

PaletteH Beauty salon / studio fragment - Interior photography, Chair
© Hong Kiwoong
PaletteH Beauty salon / studio fragment - Interior photography, Concrete, Column
© Hong Kiwoong

Even though we were making tiles of the same color, we were using tiles of different colors. Ceramic tiles that produce different results even when the same color is applied are even and natural, just as each individual achieves their own results through beauty.

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Unit 01
PaletteH Beauty salon / studio fragment - Interior photography, Chair
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Sections 02 and 03
PaletteH Beauty salon / studio fragment - Interior photography, Bathroom, Brick
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And the tiles were only used as a flat surface, not as a piece, as a decorative material for a flat surface. The space consisting only of thin, wide and flat surfaces was meant to give a sense of depth and a wider sense of expansiveness. Small fragments of light are embedded in it to guide the way.

PaletteH Beauty salon / studio fragment - Interior photography, Windows, Door
© Hong Kiwoong