LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) September 7, 2005
Beverly Hills hair stylist Maxime called on architect Anthony Eckelberry to craft an elegant, modern atmosphere for his new salon on Rodeo Drive called The Salon by Maxime. Anthony brought his experience in designing high-end restaurant and retail spaces to this project, as seen on the website http://www.eckelberry.biz.
Says Maxime: Âthe work experience with creating was great.Â The construction project was a courteous collaboration of owner, architect and contractor. Adds John Murawski, president of Cal Asia construction: ÂAs on all the projects we have worked on together, Anthony Eckelberry had a 'team' attitude and the net result has been happy clients and well-done projects.Â
Maxime commented: ÂThe clients of the salon say that the space feels so comfortable that itÂs like an addition to their own houseÂ. As the salon has been fully booked virtually since the doors opened, the customers have shown their appreciation for MaximeÂs hair-styling skills and for the location he now works in.
Building this salon shows that modern architecture can provide a comfortable space to house a thriving business.
About Anthony Eckelberry, architect:
Anthony Eckelberry is a Los Angeles architect who specializes in high-end retail spaces and restaurants since 1988, and has designed projects for restaurateurs such as Wolfgang Puck, Joachim Splichal and David Myers.
Anthony Eckelberry, principal