Advertisement
Continue to Site »

site_header_zone


Search by keywords

 
Trending
5 Qs With… Paola Navone
The eclectic and colorful Italian designer Paola Navone has had ...
High Point Highlights
  Smartly scaled upholstery, modern-minded metallics and intriguing wall décor ...
FIT Honors Provocative Design Firm LOT-EK
Ada Tolla and Giuseppe Lignano. Photo by Danny Bright.   ...
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Secures Icon Status With 25th Anniversary
Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams. This year, Mitchell Gold + ...
Salone del Mobile 2014
  Product highlights, news, interviews, video and more from our ...
Question
Which clothing label would you want to create the runway set design for, and what would you do?
Answer

projects_detail_left_zone

Looking Younger Every Day: Kiehl's Spa 1851 By Allen + Killcoyne Architects

  • PROJECT NAME Kiehl's Spa 1851
  • LOCATION New York
  • FIRM Allen + Killcoyne Architects
  • SQ. FT. 950 SQF

Kiehl's Since 1851 was founded on the very same East Village corner where the flagship stands today. The subsequent 160 years have seen Kiehl's stores open around the world, selling high-quality products for skin and hair. But there had never been a spa that harnessed those products for men's and women's facial and body treatments. So president Chris Salgardo enlisted Allen + Killcoyne Architects to work with an in-house design team on Spa 1851. Though it may physically be on the Upper East Side, the 950-square-foot space feels decidedly downtown. Flooring is wide-plank oak reclaimed from demolished warehouses, and tin ceiling tiles are vintage, as is reception's chandelier. Edgy artwork, everywhere including the three treatment rooms, is by the likes of David LaChapelle.