The Brooklyn-inspired Luck Out Hair Salon is a laid back space that recently opened in Tokyo, Japan. Designed by Iku Shoji Evans of Bonfield Interiors, the space plays up the industrial theme with charistmatic antique lamps, specifically designed "imperfect" furniture, steel panels, iron pipes and other decorative elements that pays homage to functionality.
One of an increasingly expansive list of design-led Japanese salons and barbershops, Luck Out Hair Salon demonstrates the current overhaul taking place in the retail industry as a whole. In addition to its design-focused pathos, Luck Out Hair Salon is driven by a view of community, exemplified best in its choice to furnish by sourcing eclectic items from the designer, Iku Shoji Evans, friends and clients, creating something larger.
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Luck Out Hair Salon is a Space Inspired by the Experience of Brooklyn
- By: Rebecca ByersJun 16, 2017