Retail and interior design for an international franchise salon in Varthur, Bangalore

Retail design, Interior design
Site area: 2400 sft
Varthur, Bangalore
Year: 2022
TONI&GUY is a British international chain of hairdressing salons, An iconic British 'SuperBrand' founded in the UK in 1963, and has over 680 salons in 48 countries.
A black and white theme in place, TONI&GUY's brand new franchise salon in Varthur, Bangalore has been designed to be the city's top experience in beauty, hair and fashion.
the ambience

With a Black, White, Grey and Gold theme, the interior finishes of the salon play with a plethora of different textures that these timeless, classic colours have to offer.
The salon plan revolves around a theme of curves, semi-circles and a fluid plan form. The lighting, custom furniture and the interior finishing materials have been carefully designed and chosen to gel well with this language.

reception & lounge area

The entrance into the salon is a grand and promising ambience, giving customers a glimpse of the wonderful salon experience they're set to have at Toni&Guy Varthur.
With ample space for a waiting lounge and a spacious reception, the salon entrance has the capacity to host many customers comfortably.

cutting stations

The 12 cutting stations at the salon allow ample space for stylists to work their magic while ensuring each cutting station is perfectly lit for precision. The mirrors for the cutting station were customised for this salon, in line with the curves-and-semi circles language opted for the entire salon.

customer consulting the Toni&Guy stylist for their keratin treatment
colour bar

Customised storage space for hair colour supplies and sponsor brand products. The colour bar was designed as an extension of the fluid form language of the salon's floor plan and fixtures.

Spa rooms
Construction & process
bent plywood partition walls with saw dust in the airwalls cladded with tin sheetscutting station coming upframe walls covered in bent plywoodframe walls made of plywoodplywood frame and surface claddingrooms with curved entrance doorspace with sawdust in the airwalls cladded with tin roofing sheets
Architects: Netra Ajjampur, Rahul Chandrashekar, Abhishek Durani, Supreeth Suresh
Photography: Anurag Baruah, Sreeram K
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