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SALON TOUR: Milan's Coppola Salon Featuring Gamma&Bross Furniture

Lauren Salapatek | December 11, 2013 | 10:34 AM
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Aldo Coppola recently passed away after losing a long battle with prostate cancer. Read this story for more information, read this article: http://beauty.excite.co.uk/international-hair-stylist-aldo-coppola-dies-age-73-N47641.html
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Aldo Coppola’s new salon, inspired by designer Marcel Wanders and featuring the “Collezione Privata” furniture collection created for Gamma & Bross, is now open in Milan. The entire project was completed under the direction of Gamma&Bross art director, Anton Kobrinetz.

Gamma&Bross’s collaboration with Marcel Wanders was a direct result of Coppola’s will to reinvent and redesign his entire range of salons. The Corso Europa salon was in fact envisioned as the flagship salon for the brand.

The salon features the stunning “Nabucco” double sided styling station with it’s large round mirrors that are used throughout the 1,000 square meters space and allow for 30 stations over three floors. The “Vapensiero” wash units can be found on the first and second floors and are designed to recline into a massage bed for the perfect relaxing experience.

At the lower level of the iconic salon is the Spa area with six suites and two VIP rooms. These all feature the “Cocooning” spa bed that are electrically adjustable and can transform into wash unit by uncovering an internal washbowl. In the adjacent space we have a nail bar area, retail space and “Streamline” pedicure stations.

Finally, the entrance is characterized by the “Alzira” desk whose design is inspired, like the mirrors and the “infinite retail wall” that spans for 135 meters, by a cornice motif.

For more information about Aldo Coppola, visit http://www.aldocoppola.it/en/news/aldo-coppola/.

For more information about the products used in Aldo Coppola Salon, visit www.beautydesign.com

 

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