Our partner Pointner created a sanctuary for men in Landshut for the hairdresser Andy Möller, combining past traditions with state-of-the-art technology of today and tomorrow. The interior design plays an essential role. Classical elements and natural materials are skilfully mixed to create an oasis of wellbeing. Dark green walls, rustic wood and barber's chairs of robust black leather are reminiscent of the good old tradition and yet are entirely up to date. Occhio was chosen for appropriate lighting. Timeless Sento verticale set the scene with the typical Occhio beams of light. The Più and lui ceiling spotlights provide enough light for working in the room; the combination of black and gold selected gives the furnishings additional elegance. The io sospeso suspended luminaires over the reception desk round off the lighting concept perfectly.
Year of implementation: 2016
Building owner: Andy Möller
Architecture: Occhio Partner: Pointner, Landshut
Light planning: Occhio projects / Lea Schniepp
Area: ca. 100 m2
Luminaires and spotlights: Sento verticale, Più alto, lui pico Zoom, Più RS terra, io sospeso
Photography: Robert Sprang, Munich