spa ● 2018

La maison EVIDENS DE BEAUTÉ

16th arrondissement, Paris, France

For its tenth anniversary, the Evidens de Beauté brand has opened its first Parisian space for facial and hair beauty and entrusted the project to interior designer Emmanuelle Simon. A unique setting, imagined as a private interior that illustrates the double Franco-Japanese influence of the House through the meeting of these two worlds.

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Project

It is in an airy and elegant space that equilibrates a range of authentic materials such as sandblasted furniture, Japanese ceramics in Rakù, the blue stone of Hainaut, patinated metal and brushed brass. Thus, the textures and the natural colors of the materials contrast with the purity of the architectural lines. Carved into the rock, the rough stone of the central island evokes a Japanese garden. A suspended banquette is enhanced with rice paper panels. On both sides, the wall sconces from Emmanuelle Simon’s Rakù-Yaki collection warm the space with a soft golden light.

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Photo credit :
Damien de Medeiros,
Benoit Linero

A well of zenith light diffuses along a trunk of driftwood crossing the staircase. The look attracted by this perspective, invites to engage in an archway, immersive, to access the areas of care. Different level changes suggest an invitation to intimacy and serenity. The ritual is staged in the cabin, dramatized by solid wood screens that reveal subtle lines of light horizons. The floor covered with tatami mats and the ceiling adorned with a bas-relief triptych carved by the artist Zoltan Zsako plunge us into a real moment of escape.

OTHERS PROJECT

SPA ● 2018

evidens de beauté

16th arrondissement, Paris, France

Pour ses dix ans, la marque Evidens deBeauté ouvre son premier espace parisien destiné à la beauté du visage et des cheveux et confie le projet à l’architecte d’intérieur et designer Emmanuelle Simon. Un écrin unique, imaginé comme un intérieur privé qui illustre la double influence franco-japonnaise de la maison à travers la rencontre de ces deux mondes.

In an airy and elegant space, a range of authentic materials finds balance, such as the sanded wood of the furniture, Japanese Rakù ceramics, Blue Stone from Hainaut, weathered metal, and brushed brass. Thus, the textures and natural tones of the materials contrast with the purity of the architectural lines. Carved from rock, the raw stone of the central island evokes a Japanese garden. A suspended bench is adorned with rice paper panels. On either side, the wall lights from Emmanuelle Simon’s Rakù-Yaki collection warm the space with a soft golden light. A skylight diffuses along a driftwood trunk traversing the staircase. The eye drawn by this perspective invites engagement within an immersive arched corridor to access the treatment spaces. Different changes in level suggest an invitation to intimacy and serenity. The ritual unfolds in the cabin, theatrically presented by solid wood screens that reveal subtle lines of luminous horizons. The floor covered in tatami mats and the ceiling adorned with a triptych in bas-relief sculpted by the artist Zoltan Zsako plunge us into a real moment of escape. This idea of experience is fundamental in Emmanuelle Simon’s work, whose talent has infused a universe of sensations both singular and delicate.

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