Posts Tagged ‘beauty’

BEAUTY STORES! Chanel Beauty Pop-Up Shop, London

October 16th, 2012

Inside you’ll find an expansive selection of Chanel’s beauty offerings, along with expert makeup advisors on hand to help you chose the perfect products and nail technicians giving manicures at Chanel’s very first nail bar.

BEAUTY STORES! Chanel Beauty Pop-Up Shop, London

October 15th, 2012

Inside you’ll find an expansive selection of Chanel’s beauty offerings, along with expert makeup advisors on hand to help you chose the perfect products and nail technicians giving manicures at Chanel’s very first nail bar.

Bellísima beauty shop by Arquitectos Interiores, Villahermosa – Mexico

May 24th, 2012

Bellísima beauty shop by Arquitectos Interiores, Villahermosa – Mexico

HAIRDRESSER! Aguavida hair & beauty by Pedra Silva Arquitectos, Brighton

April 20th, 2012

An example of project accuracy and planning capacity which allowed us to execute a project with this degree of complexity, in spite of the geographic distance between Portugal and the UK, delivering the final product on time and within budget…

Mußler „Home of Beauty“ by DIA – Dittel Architekten, Stuttgart

April 18th, 2012

The parfumery Mußler has moved into its new Home of Beauty at Wernlinstraße in the western part of Stuttgart. On about 80 sqm DITTEL I Architekten designed a holistic concept by focussing the integration of an antique asset of furniture and a calm pattern of shelves.

HAIRDRESSER! Aguavida hair & beauty by Pedra Silva Arquitectos, Brighton

April 15th, 2012

An example of project accuracy and planning capacity which allowed us to execute a project with this degree of complexity, in spite of the geographic distance between Portugal and the UK, delivering the final product on time and within budget…

Anthropologie Beauty Packaging

March 19th, 2012

Anthropologie Beauty Packaging

Regalo salon by Takara Space Design Corp., Omiya -Japan

January 14th, 2012

In Tokyo’s suburb Omiya, a three-storey salon is kept organized by a series of dividing screens that separate spaces according to function. The project converted two separate buildings – one concrete and one wood – into a one continuous three-storey salon. The concrete structure had housed a gallery, while the wooden one was a shoe store.