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Design: Joseph Cozza Salon

Alison Alhamed | July 10, 2011 | 5:24 PM

MOST 25-YEAR-OLDS don’t have facelifts, but when you’re talking about an established salon business, a little nip and tuck may be in order. As the Joseph Cozza Salon celebrated its silver year in the heart of San Francisco’s style district, owners Joseph Cozza and Joe Bisazza transformed its 9,300 square feet into a sleek and contemporary space.

Design: Joseph Cozza Salon
“The entrance to Joseph Cozza Salon features a high-end beauty bar, featuring luxury hair and skin care items. The professional hair and skin experts help guide clients to choosing the right hair and skin care products, accessories and hair tools from around the world.” Photography by Drew Altizer

“We’ve brought the best stylists and estheticians together to offer expanded services and treatments in our beautiful, spacious new salon,” Cozza says.

Featuring an open-floor layout and floor-toceiling windows, Joseph Cozza offers clients the expertise, luxury and lively ambience of a Fifth Avenue location in Northern California’s largest full-service salon. Here, Cozza takes SALON TODAY on a tour through his salon.

“My vision has always been to offer our clients a fun, upbeat but luxurious atmosphere where they can relax and escape the city’s hectic pace for a bit.” —Joseph Cozza

Design: Joseph Cozza Salon
“This photo shows a glimpse into the sleek interior of the salon, which features an expansive open-floor layout and floor-to-ceiling windows.”

Design: Joseph Cozza Salon
“The salon offers a separate make-up room with four custom-built styling stations overlooking Maiden Lane. The beauty bar in the center of the room showcases and houses a selection of fine make-up products and accessories.”

Design: Joseph Cozza Salon
“Sumptuous seating greets guests in the main lobby, accented by original ceramic pieces created especially for the salon by renowned artist Lisa DiFacio. A new full-service skin care department and wellness spa features stunning décor, separate seating, private rooms for facials and massage, private showers, and advanced skin care technology and services available in a non-medical facility.”

Design: Joseph Cozza SalonJoseph Cozza Salon

Owners: Joseph Cozza (pictured) and Joe Bisazza
Salon established: 1995, moved to present location in 2010
Square footage: 9,300 square feet Number of styling stations: 32 hair styling stations, 4 make-up stations
Number of spa treatment rooms: 6
Equipment manufacturer: Belvedere, Soli-Tone, Lumi-Lift
Furniture: Belvedere, Takara Belmont
Design investment: $500,000
Design by: Brand + Allen Architects
Top retail lines: Shu Uemera, Kerastase and Wella

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