Complexions Spa for Beauty and Wellness
Albany, New York
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Owner: Denise Dubois
Salon established: November 1987
Opening after remodel: May 2008
Salon style: Upscale, modern, “green”
Square footage: 8,450
Styling stations: 14
Treatment rooms: 15
Equipment: Oakworks, Sanijet, European Touch, Takara Belmont, Candela, Collins, Mr. Beauty
Furniture: Industry Outfitters, Dan Gutfrend  
Total design investment: $1 million
Top retail lines: Rene Furterer, Redken
Design: Woodard, Conners, Gilllies, Seleman Architects,
A. Mantello Construction Services
Architect: Greg Seleman of Woodard, Conners, Gilllies, Seleman Architects
Complexions Spa for Beauty and Wellness Albany, New York
complexions.com Owner: Denise Dubois Salon established: November 1987 Opening after remodel: May 2008 Salon style: Upscale, modern, “green” Square footage: 8,450 Styling stations: 14 Treatment rooms: 15 Equipment: Oakworks, Sanijet, European Touch, Takara Belmont, Candela, Collins, Mr. Beauty Furniture: Industry Outfitters, Dan Gutfrend Total design investment: $1 million Top retail lines: Rene Furterer, Redken Design: Woodard, Conners, Gilllies, Seleman Architects, A. Mantello Construction Services Architect: Greg Seleman of Woodard, Conners, Gilllies, Seleman Architects
<b>Judges comments:</b>
“Love the glass atrium!” — Wagner
“The salon’s green efforts are commendable.” — Cicela
“The use of recycled materials is wisely implemented, and there is an evident softness and warmth in the treatment rooms that can even be felt on the photographs.” — Soukhopalov
Judges comments: “Love the glass atrium!” — Wagner “The salon’s green efforts are commendable.” — Cicela “The use of recycled materials is wisely implemented, and there is an evident softness and warmth in the treatment rooms that can even be felt on the photographs.” — Soukhopalov
“Our design, from start to finish, focused on obtaining LEED Certification, the recognized standard around the world for measuring building sustainability. We started the process by diverting 75 percent of our construction waste from landfills. All our building materials came from renewable or recyclable materials. For example, we used cork flooring that not only provides a warm feeling, it’s also easy on the feet of our service providers, and has acoustical benefits.”
“Our design, from start to finish, focused on obtaining LEED Certification, the recognized standard around the world for measuring building sustainability. We started the process by diverting 75 percent of our construction waste from landfills. All our building materials came from renewable or recyclable materials. For example, we used cork flooring that not only provides a warm feeling, it’s also easy on the feet of our service providers, and has acoustical benefits.”
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Complexions Spa for Beauty and Wellness
Albany, New York
<Br>complexions.com
Owner: Denise Dubois
Salon established: November 1987
Opening after remodel: May 2008
Salon style: Upscale, modern, “green”
Square footage: 8,450
Styling stations: 14
Treatment rooms: 15
Equipment: Oakworks, Sanijet, European Touch, Takara Belmont, Candela, Collins, Mr. Beauty
Furniture: Industry Outfitters, Dan Gutfrend  
Total design investment: $1 million
Top retail lines: Rene Furterer, Redken
Design: Woodard, Conners, Gilllies, Seleman Architects,
A. Mantello Construction Services
Architect: Greg Seleman of Woodard, Conners, Gilllies, Seleman Architects
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Complexions Spa for Beauty and Wellness Albany, New York
complexions.com Owner: Denise Dubois Salon established: November 1987 Opening after remodel: May 2008 Salon style: Upscale, modern, “green” Square footage: 8,450 Styling stations: 14 Treatment rooms: 15 Equipment: Oakworks, Sanijet, European Touch, Takara Belmont, Candela, Collins, Mr. Beauty Furniture: Industry Outfitters, Dan Gutfrend Total design investment: $1 million Top retail lines: Rene Furterer, Redken Design: Woodard, Conners, Gilllies, Seleman Architects, A. Mantello Construction Services Architect: Greg Seleman of Woodard, Conners, Gilllies, Seleman Architects
<b>Judges comments:</b>
“Love the glass atrium!” — Wagner
“The salon’s green efforts are commendable.” — Cicela
“The use of recycled materials is wisely implemented, and there is an evident softness and warmth in the treatment rooms that can even be felt on the photographs.” — Soukhopalov
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Judges comments: “Love the glass atrium!” — Wagner “The salon’s green efforts are commendable.” — Cicela “The use of recycled materials is wisely implemented, and there is an evident softness and warmth in the treatment rooms that can even be felt on the photographs.” — Soukhopalov
“Our design, from start to finish, focused on obtaining LEED Certification, the recognized standard around the world for measuring building sustainability. We started the process by diverting 75 percent of our construction waste from landfills. All our building materials came from renewable or recyclable materials. For example, we used cork flooring that not only provides a warm feeling, it’s also easy on the feet of our service providers, and has acoustical benefits.”
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“Our design, from start to finish, focused on obtaining LEED Certification, the recognized standard around the world for measuring building sustainability. We started the process by diverting 75 percent of our construction waste from landfills. All our building materials came from renewable or recyclable materials. For example, we used cork flooring that not only provides a warm feeling, it’s also easy on the feet of our service providers, and has acoustical benefits.”
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