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Exciting storefronts and retails space design around the world.

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A VIP styling room within the cube. Walking into the Mirror Cube salon in Hangzhou, China, clients are immediately met with a monolithic, well, mirror cube of polished stainless-steel where convex, concave, and flat panels present a distorted reflection of reality from a multitude of vantage points. #InteriorDesign #HospitalityDesign #SalonDesign

Atelier Right Hub Designs Fantasy Film-Inspired Hair Salon in Hangzhou, China

A VIP styling room within the cube. Walking into the Mirror Cube salon in Hangzhou, China, clients are immediately met with a monolithic, well, mirror cube of polished stainless-steel where convex, concave, and flat panels present a distorted reflection of reality from a multitude of vantage points. #InteriorDesign #HospitalityDesign #SalonDesign

The interior corridors of the cube. Inspired by the Soviet fantasy film "Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors," interior design studio Atelier Right Hub positioned the waiting area and various salon chairs along the different sides of the structure, which also features a coffee counter. #InteriorDesign #HospitalityDesign #SalonDesign

Atelier Right Hub Designs Fantasy Film-Inspired Hair Salon in Hangzhou, China

The interior corridors of the cube. Inspired by the Soviet fantasy film "Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors," interior design studio Atelier Right Hub positioned the waiting area and various salon chairs along the different sides of the structure, which also features a coffee counter. #InteriorDesign #HospitalityDesign #SalonDesign

Floor-to-ceiling windows on this downtown building boast views of the Qiantang River. Walking into the Mirror Cube salon in Hangzhou, China, clients are immediately met with a monolithic, well, mirror cube of polished stainless-steel where convex, concave, and flat panels present a distorted reflection of reality from a multitude of vantage points. #InteriorDesign #HospitalityDesign #SalonDesign

Atelier Right Hub Designs Fantasy Film-Inspired Hair Salon in Hangzhou, China

Floor-to-ceiling windows on this downtown building boast views of the Qiantang River. Walking into the Mirror Cube salon in Hangzhou, China, clients are immediately met with a monolithic, well, mirror cube of polished stainless-steel where convex, concave, and flat panels present a distorted reflection of reality from a multitude of vantage points. #InteriorDesign #HospitalityDesign #SalonDesign

The reflective volume was inspired by the Soviet fantasy film "Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors. Walking into the Mirror Cube salon in Hangzhou, China, clients are immediately met with a monolithic, well, mirror cube of polished stainless-steel where convex, concave, and flat panels present a distorted reflection of reality from a multitude of vantage points. #InteriorDesign #HospitalityDesign #SalonDesign

Atelier Right Hub Designs Fantasy Film-Inspired Hair Salon in Hangzhou, China

The reflective volume was inspired by the Soviet fantasy film "Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors. Walking into the Mirror Cube salon in Hangzhou, China, clients are immediately met with a monolithic, well, mirror cube of polished stainless-steel where convex, concave, and flat panels present a distorted reflection of reality from a multitude of vantage points. #InteriorDesign #HospitalityDesign #SalonDesign

The mirrors against the building’s original walls reflect a collage of old and new elements. Inspired by the Soviet fantasy film "Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors," interior design studio Atelier Right Hub positioned the waiting area and various salon chairs along the different sides of the structure, which also features a coffee counter. #InteriorDesign #HospitalityDesign #SalonDesign

Atelier Right Hub Designs Fantasy Film-Inspired Hair Salon in Hangzhou, China

The mirrors against the building’s original walls reflect a collage of old and new elements. Inspired by the Soviet fantasy film "Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors," interior design studio Atelier Right Hub positioned the waiting area and various salon chairs along the different sides of the structure, which also features a coffee counter. #InteriorDesign #HospitalityDesign #SalonDesign

“The strategy of exposed concrete columns, steel beams and M.E.P system, painted white, refers to the brutalist-type structure," the design team notes. Inspired by the Soviet fantasy film "Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors," interior design studio Atelier Right Hub positioned the waiting area and various salon chairs along the different sides of the structure, which also features a coffee counter. #InteriorDesign #HospitalityDesign #SalonDesign

Atelier Right Hub Designs Fantasy Film-Inspired Hair Salon in Hangzhou, China

“The strategy of exposed concrete columns, steel beams and M.E.P system, painted white, refers to the brutalist-type structure," the design team notes. Inspired by the Soviet fantasy film "Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors," interior design studio Atelier Right Hub positioned the waiting area and various salon chairs along the different sides of the structure, which also features a coffee counter. #InteriorDesign #HospitalityDesign #SalonDesign

The building exterior. To nod at the desired throw-back vibe, Sadiku’s design team, Kevin Chan and Samer Shaath, co-founders of Toronto’s Nivek Remas, lined the entire ceiling, as opposed to the walls, with ornamental plaster work. Likewise, the floor, an inlaid zigzag of two-toned grey tiles, also twists tradition. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #RetailDesign

Nivek Remas Imbues a Toronto Barber Shop With Sophisticated Style

The building exterior. To nod at the desired throw-back vibe, Sadiku’s design team, Kevin Chan and Samer Shaath, co-founders of Toronto’s Nivek Remas, lined the entire ceiling, as opposed to the walls, with ornamental plaster work. Likewise, the floor, an inlaid zigzag of two-toned grey tiles, also twists tradition. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #RetailDesign

The illuminated red, white, and blue pole pays tribute to a barber shop mainstay. To nod at the desired throw-back vibe, Sadiku’s design team, Kevin Chan and Samer Shaath, co-founders of Toronto’s Nivek Remas, lined the entire ceiling, as opposed to the walls, with ornamental plaster work. Likewise, the floor, an inlaid zigzag of two-toned grey tiles, also twists tradition. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #RetailDesign

Nivek Remas Imbues a Toronto Barber Shop With Sophisticated Style

The illuminated red, white, and blue pole pays tribute to a barber shop mainstay. To nod at the desired throw-back vibe, Sadiku’s design team, Kevin Chan and Samer Shaath, co-founders of Toronto’s Nivek Remas, lined the entire ceiling, as opposed to the walls, with ornamental plaster work. Likewise, the floor, an inlaid zigzag of two-toned grey tiles, also twists tradition. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #RetailDesign

The spare, cubic volume of the reception and cash desk complements the clean-lined, modern bones of the barbershop. The marble cladding recalls a sumptuous gentleman’s club. To nod at the desired throw-back vibe, Sadiku’s design team, Kevin Chan and Samer Shaath, co-founders of Toronto’s Nivek Remas, lined the entire ceiling, as opposed to the walls, with ornamental plaster work. Likewise, the floor, an inlaid zigzag of two-toned grey tiles, also twists tradition.

Nivek Remas Imbues a Toronto Barber Shop With Sophisticated Style

The spare, cubic volume of the reception and cash desk complements the clean-lined, modern bones of the barbershop. The marble cladding recalls a sumptuous gentleman’s club. To nod at the desired throw-back vibe, Sadiku’s design team, Kevin Chan and Samer Shaath, co-founders of Toronto’s Nivek Remas, lined the entire ceiling, as opposed to the walls, with ornamental plaster work. Likewise, the floor, an inlaid zigzag of two-toned grey tiles, also twists tradition.

An ombre wall covering in the backroom hair washing station further helps draw the eye. To nod at the desired throw-back vibe, Sadiku’s design team, Kevin Chan and Samer Shaath, co-founders of Toronto’s Nivek Remas, lined the entire ceiling, as opposed to the walls, with ornamental plaster work. Likewise, the floor, an inlaid zigzag of two-toned grey tiles, also twists tradition. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #RetailDesign

Nivek Remas Imbues a Toronto Barber Shop With Sophisticated Style

An ombre wall covering in the backroom hair washing station further helps draw the eye. To nod at the desired throw-back vibe, Sadiku’s design team, Kevin Chan and Samer Shaath, co-founders of Toronto’s Nivek Remas, lined the entire ceiling, as opposed to the walls, with ornamental plaster work. Likewise, the floor, an inlaid zigzag of two-toned grey tiles, also twists tradition. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #RetailDesign

Brass pendant lights and tufted leather barber chair also nod to the desired vibe of a classic barbershop. To nod at the desired throw-back vibe, Sadiku’s design team, Kevin Chan and Samer Shaath, co-founders of Toronto’s Nivek Remas, lined the entire ceiling, as opposed to the walls, with ornamental plaster work. Likewise, the floor, an inlaid zigzag of two-toned grey tiles, also twists tradition. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #RetailDesign

Nivek Remas Imbues a Toronto Barber Shop With Sophisticated Style

Brass pendant lights and tufted leather barber chair also nod to the desired vibe of a classic barbershop. To nod at the desired throw-back vibe, Sadiku’s design team, Kevin Chan and Samer Shaath, co-founders of Toronto’s Nivek Remas, lined the entire ceiling, as opposed to the walls, with ornamental plaster work. Likewise, the floor, an inlaid zigzag of two-toned grey tiles, also twists tradition. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #RetailDesign

To make the diminutive room feel larger, ombré mirrors, which become more reflective the closer they get to the floor, line arched openings to create a sense of interest beyond the central haircutting area. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #RetailDesign

Nivek Remas Imbues a Toronto Barber Shop With Sophisticated Style

To make the diminutive room feel larger, ombré mirrors, which become more reflective the closer they get to the floor, line arched openings to create a sense of interest beyond the central haircutting area. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #RetailDesign

The minimalist aesthetic creates intrigue, attracting shoppers. Contemporary Japanese footwear brand Marcomonde just landed its first retail space in fashion-forward Shibuya’s PARCO luxury department store. Working with just under 215 square feet on the fourth floor of the building, Canadian architecture and design firm UUfie conceived the space to be centered around a free-standing, abstract, geometric sculpture. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #Japan

UUfie Leans into Surrealistic Design for a Shoe Store in Shibuya, Japan

The minimalist aesthetic creates intrigue, attracting shoppers. Contemporary Japanese footwear brand Marcomonde just landed its first retail space in fashion-forward Shibuya’s PARCO luxury department store. Working with just under 215 square feet on the fourth floor of the building, Canadian architecture and design firm UUfie conceived the space to be centered around a free-standing, abstract, geometric sculpture. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #Japan

The interior of the stairs are deceptively hollow, ideal for storage. Contemporary Japanese footwear brand Marcomonde just landed its first retail space in fashion-forward Shibuya’s PARCO luxury department store. Working with just under 215 square feet on the fourth floor of the building, Canadian architecture and design firm UUfie conceived the space to be centered around a free-standing, abstract, geometric sculpture. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #Japan

UUfie Leans into Surrealistic Design for a Shoe Store in Shibuya, Japan

The interior of the stairs are deceptively hollow, ideal for storage. Contemporary Japanese footwear brand Marcomonde just landed its first retail space in fashion-forward Shibuya’s PARCO luxury department store. Working with just under 215 square feet on the fourth floor of the building, Canadian architecture and design firm UUfie conceived the space to be centered around a free-standing, abstract, geometric sculpture. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #Japan

Clothing items hang from industrial piping. Contemporary Japanese footwear brand Marcomonde just landed its first retail space in fashion-forward Shibuya’s PARCO luxury department store. Working with just under 215 square feet on the fourth floor of the building, Canadian architecture and design firm UUfie conceived the space to be centered around a free-standing, abstract, geometric sculpture. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #Japan

UUfie Leans into Surrealistic Design for a Shoe Store in Shibuya, Japan

Clothing items hang from industrial piping. Contemporary Japanese footwear brand Marcomonde just landed its first retail space in fashion-forward Shibuya’s PARCO luxury department store. Working with just under 215 square feet on the fourth floor of the building, Canadian architecture and design firm UUfie conceived the space to be centered around a free-standing, abstract, geometric sculpture. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #Japan

Marcomonde's socks "climb" the steps. Contemporary Japanese footwear brand Marcomonde just landed its first retail space in fashion-forward Shibuya’s PARCO luxury department store. Working with just under 215 square feet on the fourth floor of the building, Canadian architecture and design firm UUfie conceived the space to be centered around a free-standing, abstract, geometric sculpture. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #Japan

UUfie Leans into Surrealistic Design for a Shoe Store in Shibuya, Japan

Marcomonde's socks "climb" the steps. Contemporary Japanese footwear brand Marcomonde just landed its first retail space in fashion-forward Shibuya’s PARCO luxury department store. Working with just under 215 square feet on the fourth floor of the building, Canadian architecture and design firm UUfie conceived the space to be centered around a free-standing, abstract, geometric sculpture. #InteriorDesign #RetailSpaces #Japan