TEASHI /手足/ in Japanese culture means hands and feet. The main goal was to completely change the experience in manicure and pedicure industry. Re-discovering the traditional approach and style by the modern Japanese technologies to take care of your hands and feet. At the TEASHI nail lab, we have achieved the highest quality and hygiene, close to the laboratory environment.
We are characterized by full professionalism, precision and attention to the smallest detail. We approach each client individually. All treatments are performed only on the state-of-the-art equipment and we always use disposable or sterilized tools and surgical instruments. It is not a regular place – it is ritual. e have designed TEASHI nail lab interiors so that each nail lab client can feel relaxed and can enjoy one of our treatments. Geometrical forms organize the space so that each element harmoniously influences the senses and gives a sense of security and peace. High-quality materials were used in such a way as to give a clear division into parts for clients and the private spaces of the salon.
At each stage, the project was consulted with employees, including furniture design. Manicure tables have been specially designed to provide the greatest comfort during treatments. The interior allows for a moment of forgetfulness for the salon's clinicians, gives the opportunity to relax and makes them come back to the salon again.
Teashi nail lab project is unique for our office. For the first time, we were asked to participate in the creation of the entire brand. From the basics, starting from the idea for the name, through the interiors and to the entire visual identification with uniforms for employees. The highest quality materials were used during the project. Interior detail is also a very important element for every project - including embedded skirting boards. flush doors, material connections. The whole creates a coherent whole in terms of visual, material and functional. The interior allows for a moment of forgetfulness for the salon's clinicians, allows relaxing and makes them come back to the salon again.
Architects: BLACKHAUS ARCHITECTS
Photographer: Przemysław Kuciński