ASKA uses organic shapes and pastel colours for Maria Nila hair salon

Swedish architecture studio ASKA has refurbished haircare brand Maria Nila’s headquarters and salon in Stockholm, creating an undulating ceiling installation that looks like dripping shampoo.

The Stockholm-based firm used a palette of soft pink, peach and turquoise colours that reference Maria Nila’s products to transform its headquarters in a four-storey townhouse.

A plexiglass installation decorates the entrance

“The interior space before the renovation had a very neutral, impersonal feel to it and followed a white and grey colour scheme,” ASKA co-founder Madeleine Klingspor said.

“At ASKA, to the contrary, we always strive to create strong and flavoured environments by defining

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