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Echo Salon and Spa

Chandler Rollins | August 13, 2013 | 10:27 AM
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Echo Salon and Spa

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Echosalonspa.com

James Genovese

SALON STYLE: Urban Modern

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 2300

STYLING STATIONS: 14

TREATMENT ROOMS: 4

EQUIPMENT: Minerva, Takara Belmont

FURNITURE: Collins

TOTAL DESIGN INVESTMENT: $90,000

RETAIL LINE: Goldwell, Davines, Pureology

COLOR LINE: Goldwell, Logics, Schwartzkoff

DESIGN: James Genovese

ARCHITECT: Builder Fight's Construction

PHOTOGRAPHY: Bill Sanders

DESCRIPTION: The open floor plan at Echo Salon and Spa allows clients to watch what is happening throughout the salon, and creates a sense of team work amongst the staff. The huge windows bring in natural sunlight, ensuring color work is spot on. The waiting area faces out so clients can watch multimillion dollar yachts cruise by all day while they wait.

 

"My three favorite features of the salon; first, the open floor plan which allows clients to watch what is happening throughout the salon, and create a sense of teamwork amongst the staff. The second is the huge windows that bring in natural sunlight making our color work spot on. And third has to be the view, multi-million dollar yachts cruise by all day. The waiting area faces out so clients can watch them while they wait."- James Genovese

Connie Suss and Mary Jane Van de Castle

SALON STYLE: Sophisticated

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 9930

STYLING STATIONS: 33

TREATMENT ROOMS: 8

EQUIPMENT: Takara Belmont

FURNITURE: Collins, Bootlace Design, C&S Woodshop and B&N Industries

TOTAL DESIGN INVESTMENT: $575,000

RETAIL LINE:Kerastase, Bumbleandbumble, ShuUemura

COLOR LINE:Wella

DESIGN: Judi Bauer, architect

ARCHITECT: Judi Bauer, WG Construction, Greg Suss

PHOTOGRAPHY: EG Schempf

 

“Our remodeled color processing area is a warm refuge that allows clients to pass the time with ease. Clients sit around a beautiful, custom-designed wooden table and are able to access computers, relax with a book or glass of wine or view one of the many video attractions playing in surrounding areas.”

- See more at: http://www.salontoday.com/photos/salon-spa-tours/SOTY-2013-Bijin-Salon-and-Spa-206002411.html#sthash.R9HxqFmI.dpuf

Connie Suss and Mary Jane Van de Castle

SALON STYLE: Sophisticated

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 9930

STYLING STATIONS: 33

TREATMENT ROOMS: 8

EQUIPMENT: Takara Belmont

FURNITURE: Collins, Bootlace Design, C&S Woodshop and B&N Industries

TOTAL DESIGN INVESTMENT: $575,000

RETAIL LINE:Kerastase, Bumbleandbumble, ShuUemura

COLOR LINE:Wella

DESIGN: Judi Bauer, architect

ARCHITECT: Judi Bauer, WG Construction, Greg Suss

PHOTOGRAPHY: EG Schempf

 

“Our remodeled color processing area is a warm refuge that allows clients to pass the time with ease. Clients sit around a beautiful, custom-designed wooden table and are able to access computers, relax with a book or glass of wine or view one of the many video attractions playing in surrounding areas.”

- See more at: http://www.salontoday.com/photos/salon-spa-tours/SOTY-2013-Bijin-Salon-and-Spa-206002411.html#sthash.R9HxqFmI.dpuf

Originally posted on Salon Today.

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