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28米进深的美发沙龙

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这所位于日本大阪的美发沙龙拥有一个细长的空间,深度达到28米,宽度只有4.4米。建
筑师有效的利用这个长宽比相当有差距的空间,制造了各种功能场所。

The name of this beauty salon was inspired by the owner’s passionate desire to turn it
into a destination for “the last word in beauty”. Although the design was first completed
about five years ago, the previous premises soon grew to feel a little cramped due to
the rapidly expanding size of the team, which prompted the owner to move to a new and
larger location.

 

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抽象纯白色空间中排放着原木家具,建筑师沿着墙面打造了一个储物格。镜子,照明灯
具,美发用品主要在这一面上各就各位。

这个清爽的空间是建筑师同业主共同讨论的结果,期望业主在开业五年后,第一次扩大自
己店面时的这个全新的设计,能成为其事业发展的推力。

非常感谢Yasunari Tsukada design将项目介绍和项目图片授权gooood发行。
Appreciation towards Yasunari Tsukada design for providing the following description:

The rented unit that the owner had prepared as the new platform for his venture was a
slender, elongated space measuring 28m deep, with a frontage of 4.4m. Taking
advantage of this narrow frontage, we configured each of the spaces in a
straightforward manner by taking cues from the existing frame and contours of the
property. In addition, by making efficient use of the length of the unit, we were able to
maintain a certain distance between each space while connecting them seamlessly to
each other. Keeping the number of partitions to an absolute minimum and painting the
entire space white achieved a feeling of abstraction, as well as a sense of giving equal
importance to both the new and old materials that comprise the walls, ceilings, and
floors. The result was an interior that gave pride of place to the people and objects
within it.

 

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The styling space is where the owner’s particular obsessions and passions came to the
fore. He requested that we incorporate various functional elements into the mirrored
surfaces (for storing or hanging objects). In response, we wondered if we could create
flexible, extensible walls without imposing any limitations on their functionality. In
concrete terms, our solution involved building three-dimensional lattice screens
resembling parts of a jungle gym that function as architectural pieces of furniture.
These screens were created using only a structural framework, with no particular
significance attached to the form of the lattice itself. When lighting fixtures, glass panels,
hooks and other objects are attached, however, the lattice begins to take on a new
dimension. Affixing glass panels turns them into display shelves, or tables for the use of
customers. Just imagine the transformations that these lattice screens will undergo,
thanks to the multiple efforts and innovations of the staff…

Our heated, passionate discussions with the owner gave us real food for thought. Over
the course of many meetings, our plans and designs continued to evolve and change
repeatedly. Before long, we found ourselves starting to enjoy the progress of these
changes. Thus was born a space that would serve as a base for the owner and his
team to communicate their ideas and thoughts to their clients, promising the start of a
new phase in its evolution and growth.

 

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Project information
Project Name: end…Link
Location: Kitahorie Nishi-ku Osaka, Japan
Use: Beauty Salon
Built area: 114.56m2
Completion : 2012 November
Design: Yasunari Tsukada design
Contractor: Infinity
Photography: Stirling Elmendorf

 

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Designer Philosophy -Thinking through things:

I am a designer. My work involves designing interiors, spaces, architecture, furniture
and other objects. Although they’re just titles and designations, the act of referring to
yourself as an interior designer or an architect seems to imply that you’re prioritizing
one thing over another. So I’ve decided to simply call myself a “designer”. The scope of
what I design isn’t fixed. I think about all things and objects on the same plane as
possible targets for design, and constantly think about what it means to “design”
something.
Personally, I feel that design is a heuristic act that involves creating and
discovering new objects and things. Thinking that something is wrong or mistaken, or
that something ought to be, or about whether something is really the case – I’m
constantly turning these things around in my head, trying to get a different handle on
things, or attempting to find a different sort of value within them. This, to me, is what it
means to be new or innovative. In order to live rich and fulfilling everyday lives, we need
to familiarize ourselves with new value systems, worldviews, and ways of accepting
things. By making and crafting objects, I hope to be able to offer people a diverse range
of new values.

 

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发表评论

8 评论

  1. 椅子是从中国文化中提练出来的。

  2. 好干净,很漂亮。总感觉是层次格调有点低,而且木材脏了好难处理,维护成本比较高。

  3. 非常好的设计,白色的墙面与浅色的原木质感配合的非常好

  4. 这装修一看就知道,这家店只会剪平头![开心]

  5. 大家理发时候 都是坐这种椅子的么 ? -.-

  6. 没有室外采光,白花花的让人窒息

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