Arent & Pyke designs Sydney hair salon to be “best appreciated from seated height”

Triangular slabs of terrazzo and a vintage chandelier frame Sydney‘s Koda hair salon, which local studio Arent & Pyke has conceived as an eclectic mishmash of old and new.

Located on the upper mezzanine level of the city’s George McRae-designed Queen Victoria Building, the salon was created for Australian hairdresser Koda.

Arent & Pyke created terrazzo tiling for the floor

Arent & Pyke created the interiors to “be best appreciated from seated height”, placing wide quartzite-rimmed mirrors at angles in front of the curved black styling chairs to offer a contrast with the salon’s tall ceilings.

The move was made “given that clients are accustomed to looking up and down”

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