Vee Gomes recently opened a unique coiffeur in Paris, without the traditional rows of mirrors and chairs. Instead, Vee's customers can personally choose the most comfortable place to receive their hair consultancy: sitting along the table among others or sitting alone in the hairdresser chair in front of the mirror.
The patchwork wall made of typical Parisian apartment doors and windows is the special backdrop of the space. It creates the feeling of a homely but chic environment, dramatic but at ease. Some doors function as showcases for products and work of artists and designers. Moriko Kira, a Japanese architect based in Amsterdam and Tokyo, is responsible for the design of the place. For the design, Moriko Kira wanted to create a space that makes Vee's vision physical.
The graphics, designed by DLVS Creative Collective, present the simplicity and soul of the concept with the hairpin as a starting point for the visual brand identity. The coiffeur is situated in the 11th arrondissement in Paris, an open and dynamic neighborhood where young Parisian artists and designers meet the diverse ethnicities and cultures from North Africa and other parts of the world. Vee has chosen this upcoming neighborhood to establish her unique hair salon.
Client: Vee Hair Paris
Interior: Moriko Kira
Design: DLVS | Creative Collective
3016 CJ ROTTERDAM
3016 CA ROTTERDAM
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