With Union Square the epicenter for fashion and beauty in the San Francisco Bay Area, visitors to the areas stores and salons expect the interior design to be of the highest quality.
This month, Serenity MedSpa meets the challenge with the unveiling of their brand new space, designed by SophiSticate Interiors.
Previously located on Maiden Lane, Serenity MedSpa’s new space on the second floor of 126 Post Street, across from Gump’s, it is one of the biggest medical spas in San Francisco, with over 6,500 square feet of space for treatment rooms. One recent visitor commented that “it’s like the Crystal Jade of spas, it’s so spacious and luxurious.”
Founded by Drs. David Kang and Lisa Kang, Serenity MedSpa has established itself with cutting edge treatments, new weight-loss solutions, ground-breaking cellulite treatments and anti-aging procedures, among others.
One service we’re especially excited about is the ThermiTight procedure, which is subdermal skin tightening. It takes about an hour to do, and provides long lasting results that are really great, especially for the neck area, the chin and jowls.
With ThermiTight, tiny probes are inserted under the skin to “inject” heat, via radiofrequency energy, to tissues which cause sagging skin. The heat causes immediate shrinkage of the area, reducing the sagging that’s common with age.
SophiSticate Interiors, the Bay Area residential and commercial design company known for its eco and green design, partnered with architectural firm Studio Perez, and RW Simone Company for construction, in creating the new space.
“The green and eco-friendly design emphasizes the use of natural daylight, energy efficient lighting, and a palette of soothing and serene color materials that make the space feel zen and welcoming,” says Sophie Azouaou, owner of SophiSticate Interiors.
Architect Daniel Perez adds that “The space is abstracted into planes of solids and translucency. It serves as a backdrop for the clients and their work of rejuvenation.”
The new space will be unveiled on March 26th with an invitation-only ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by Sophie Azouaou, Eileen Blum Bourgade and Dr. Clara Shayevich, with performances by American jazz legend Paula West and violonists Lea Bourgade and Maya Shanmugan. Liam Mayclem will conduct a live auction with proceeds going to the Richmond Ermet Aids Foundation, one of the the highlights of which are art pieces donated by Senator Dianne Feinstein.