OHArchitecture has built a hair salon that offers a multifunctional space. Most hair salons are organized so that people stay in front of their own mirrors, and don't usually talk to the person next to them. This design encourages interaction between not only clients and their hair dressers, but also between customers.
The office is quite small, with a larger desk fitted up against the wall that takes on an oval shape. It juts out so that a few people can sit on either side and talk with one another. In fact, the entire setup looks more like an open-concept office space than a hair salon. However, this is what makes it stand out from other hair businesses in the area. Photo Credits: designboom
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OHArchitecture Builds an Engaging Spot to Cut One's Hair
- By: Jamie Danielle MunroJun 27, 2014