- Interior Design: Sofia Löser, Henrik Bettels
- City: Leipzig
- Country: Germany
Text description provided by the architects. Salon Noland is located in the lively neighborhood of Leipzig-Reudnitz. For this reason, the room was deliberately designed to be exciting: strong colors alternate dynamically with different materials and textures.
Light translucent curtains provide a back wall for the individual areas. The functional elements, on the other hand, are made of robust stainless steel components, which create a contrast with their clear form.
In addition, there are reflective shelves and colored platforms, which are eye-catchers for the products on display and arouse the curiosity of customers.
Functionally, the salon is divided into two levels. The upper area is covered with soft curtains, creating a private and relaxed atmosphere. The lower area is available to quick-determining customers.
The result is an interplay of overlays, reflections, transparency, and density, creating a unique appearance.