Following on from the success of Hamish Glianos’ Potts Point location, PEOPLE Surry Hills is part of the latest crop of standout salons to hit Sydney’s city fringe.

Designed by Daniel Boddam-Whetham of BWA, the salon has both an urban and eco aesthetic and is imbued with the same creative bent that Glianos’ Potts Point salon is renowned for.

Raw materials, fine finishes and engineered lighting and sound combine with seven metre high ceilings that flood the salon with natural light and create a gallery-like feel.

Promising to be a part of the local creative scene and not just sit amongst it, PEOPLE Surry Hills will also function as a gallery space where local and international artist, musicians and designers will be able to showcase their work.

“A huge feature wall makes for the ultimate blank canvas and we will actively and regularly promote new exhibits and concepts through public openings. PEOPLE want to create a creative forum that everyone can be part of,” said Glianos.

“Surry Hills is a known creative nucleus and this is why PEOPLE want to be here,” said Glianos.

Located in Surry Hills’ newest complex, PEOPLE Surry Hills is in illustrious company, counting Thomas Dux, The Winery by Gazebo, Sam the Butcher and Via Alley as neighbours.