Unique aesthetic space design
Integrating contemporary life aesthetics
It is reflected in the place it contains
Aesthetics is maintained in spirit
Its never too late to turn from a house with elegant design to a beauty salon with elegant atmosphere. The most valuable thing about a project is the freedom to create custom elements that exceed anyones expectations. One of the elements is the arched door, which breaks the monotony and combines perfectly with other circles in the salon. The leading design concept of the project is: feminization, fashion and modernity. The comfortable suspension chair is covered with rutile flowers falling from the ceiling. It looks like a special photo corner, inspired by a lattice painting. The color of the whole place revolves around the hue of gray and pink, giving people a sweet and mellow feeling.
The salon includes many separate rooms: reception room, 2 indoor tanning rooms, 2 skin care and body care rooms, 1 bathroom and 1 kitchenette. The reception area - the first thing people see when they enter the space - should stand out and create a surprise effect. Living in such an era, what gives us a visual impression is that we follow the trend and build highly unstable places near the reception desk.
Inscape is a new concept of meditation and has a prototype space at Chelsea. The highlight is the dome room, a whole closed, change a persons mood and state of existence. Although it looks like a simple space, it is actually a highly engineered immersive light and sound environment, as well as air filtration with aromatherapy.
The light consists of a large LED ring at the eye level and a small LED ring around the top of the eye. Different colors help to adjust and optimize the circadian rhythm of the body. Invisible speakers create a perfectly uniform sound space.
Inscapes 6000 square foot ground floor space also includes a niche room, a spacious living room area and a clever retail concept. From the early twenties, operators began to meditate, and customers attributed the success of the project to their deep understanding of practice.
Those who have had the opportunity to experience the joy of yoga will realize that it is a physical and mental activity centered on breathing and flow. This boutique studio in Berlin is very beautiful, quiet, a little unconventional, but it still looks familiar, known as primitive feeling. Its based on the idea of flow - a term used in yoga practice to describe fluid movement and meditation.
The 300 square meter indoor space designed by Yishuo reflects the concept of flow through the extension and smooth transition between spaces and the extensive use of extensible materials such as textiles and concrete for the elderly. The entrance of the studio leads to the large reception area, and the central desk also serves as a temporary bar. The eye-catching reconfigurable sofa follows the soft curve of the large screen as a space divider. On one side is a fountain to remind tourists to wash their hands, and on the other side, it leads to the practice room.
The palette is silent but joyful, focusing on matter and texture, created in collaboration with two emerging artists. The front desk and fountain adopt the customized mass concrete structure process, which is completed with colored lime plaster to obtain the surface texture. The large privacy screen separating the lounge and dressing room was painted by young artists. A sense of primitiveness allows plenty of personal space, ventilation and security protocols in place. Taking constraints as the goal of designing a studio and creating an interior will continue to transcend the current health crisis, make yoga and guests welcome and find their flow.