TOHNE | SIDES CORE

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Project: TOHNE (https://www.tohnenail.com/)

Business type: Nail salon

Owner: Shuko Miyata (https://www.instagram.com/shu99/)

Floor area: 33㎡

Designer: Sohei Arao

Design office: SIDES CORE (http://sides-core.com/)

Photographer: Yasuhiro Takagi (http://www.yasuhirotakagi.com/)

Construction: K's Planning Co., Ltd.

Address: immeubles 2F, 7-15 Kamiyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Designed: December 10, 2019 – February 3, 2020

Built: March 11, 2020 – April 13, 2020

Open: May 30, 2020

JapanShibuya City

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©Yasuhiro Takagi

The name "TOHNE" refers to a sound that is heard from far away. It's a nail salon for women that are independent thinkers and seek to express themselves.

The owner already has a strong client base and is building a set of values focused on pursuing the essence of who the clients are, something unique to this salon. We intended the space to bring out those values, while remaining free of unnecessary elements.

©Yasuhiro Takagi

Nail tables can be arranged in a variety of ways to accommodate specific treatments. Accessory displays sport the same design as nail tables -- the owner has hand-picked accessories that are as important a part of the salon's services as nail designs.

©Yasuhiro Takagi

©Yasuhiro Takagi

Cantilever construction gives the impression that the tables' thin surface plates are floating. Combining multiple steel plates as a design detail gives the tables a more 3D presence, and they look different depending on which angle they are viewed from.

©Yasuhiro Takagi

©Yasuhiro Takagi

The mirror is supported by wires (rather than hung on the wall) to give it a suspended, floating feel. Customers can use it to look at their freshly done nails and try on accessories.

©Yasuhiro Takagi

TOHNE adds their signature styling to the customer's own style. The mirror is full-length, a symbol of TOHNE's philosophy that nails alone do not complete a person - the client's fashion and accessories are key elements.

©Yasuhiro Takagi

Other elements of the salon, such as the register, are boxed off in a separate area near the center so that they fade into the background as much as possible.Many fans and clients were waiting anxiously for the salon to open. We hope the unique "sound" of TOHNE echoes further and further out into world.

©Yasuhiro Takagi

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