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SOTY 2015: Haus Salon

by Stacey Soble | May 29, 2015
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Haussalon.com
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Owners: Charlie Brackney and Jessica Reipke
Established: October 2014
Salon style: Modern, Elegant, Minimalism
Square footage: 4,300
Stations: 24
Treatment Rooms: 2
Equipment: Jonathan Gomez Whitney
Furniture: Jonathan Gomez Whitney, Savvy
Total design investment: $245,000
Retail lines: Oribe, Number 4, Baxter of California
Color line: Wella
Design by: Jonathan Gomez Whitney
Architects: Jonathan Gomez Whitney
Photography: Brent Hines and Laura Prow
 
Owners’ Comments:
“The warehouse space was a former printing factory, and we chose to maintain the inherently unique structural and aesthetic integrity of the space and is industrial history by reclaiming its concrete floors and brick walls and open space.”
 
Judges’ Comments:
“The reception area is a show-stopper.”—Laurel Nelson
“Love the wall of windows—it provides much light and is pleasing to both clients and stylists.”—Tomy Lulgjuraj

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