This beauty salon design speaks to an intruiging progression of ultramodern, minimalist spaces that border on austere. Located in the city of Almaty in Kazakhstan, the tiny beauty salon appeals to young citizens as an alternative, modern place to get their hair cut.
Designed by MEL, Numero Uno beauty salon notably has almost no doors, with even the face of the clock hanging out the wall lacking total distinction from the wall itself.
In addition to haircuts, Numero Uno facilitates other esthetic treatments such as manicures and pedicures. The entire space takes on a monochrome shade thanks to a minimal use of color, instead opting for various shades between black and grey. The concrete space remains welcoming despite its initial austere appearance.
Numero Uno is a Stunning Minimalist Beauty Salon in Kazakhstan
1. Ultramodern Salon Designs - Salons are moving towards minimalist designs that appeal to younger clients and offer modern aesthetics.
2. Monochromatic Spaces - Designers are opting for minimal use of color, instead using shades of black and grey to create a sleek and modern look.
3. Open Concept Interiors - More businesses are adopting a trend of open concept interiors with minimal doors and partitions to create a spacious and inviting atmosphere.
1. Beauty & Fashion - Numero Uno beauty salon is an example of how salons can incorporate ultramodern designs to attract younger clients and stay relevant.
2. Interior Design - Designers are experimenting with minimalist designs to create sleek, modern spaces for businesses across industries.
3. Real Estate - Open concept interiors are a disruptive innovation opportunity for property developers, offering a new way to design and divide spaces.