ONCE UPON A SALON: BODYCRAFT'S NARRATIVE DESIGN AESTHETICS

Visual Merchandising and Retail Design|March 2020

ONCE UPON A SALON: BODYCRAFT'S NARRATIVE DESIGN AESTHETICS
MUMBAI Mumbai based multidisciplinary design firm Kaleido Architecture, which has expertise in architecture, interiors and product design, recently designed BodyCraft, the luxury salon and spa at Kemps Corner, Mumbai. In a special interaction with VM&RD, Shivangi Narke, Principal Architect, Kaleido Architecture, shares how the salon’s design exudes a classic vintage look, while narrating a history of salons.
Mohit Manghani

Kaleido Architecture, an architecture and interior design firm, has optimally used an array of vintage architecture materials and accessories throughout its design of luxury salon & Spa, BodyCraft. The salon itself has been conceived with the idea of telling a story of salons and the history of hairdressing.

The site has three levels - the ground floor, the basement, and the mezzanine. The first level covers all the complementary and high energy activities like hair styling, coloring, men’s grooming, and reception desk. The mezzanine level comprises semi relaxing activities like pedicure, hair wash, and special hair spa treatment room, while the basement exclusively involves relaxing activities like body massage and facials.

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March 2020