Re-Edit

23 / 04 / 2015
 
The interior of a beauty salon reduced the decorative elements to its bare essential. Inside Re-Edit in Osaka we find a minimalist space with a very subtle colour palette. The space is located in a corner allowing for an ample visual communication with the street, only interrupted by a layer of white transparent curtains.
Thanks to a simple and colourful hooks system, the mirrors and shelves hang from the ceiling, allowing, if desired, to remove or modify the elements disposition easily.
The project is from Japanese studio Sides Core that describe it in the following way: “We created a feeling of freedom and lightness in this rejuvenating salon space and hope that many people will leave with their hearts and minds refreshed”.