Due to the accelerated growth of Langanis Barber, we have expanded into the streets of Teneriffe.
Our Teneriffe boutique features elevated flooring, rock barber stations and French travertine stone to create an earthy and spacious environment.
Inspired by our signature Langanis culture, the industrial styling of Langanis Barber and the use of urban and raw materials merges the tasteful aspects of the beauty and design industries.
Eight barber chairs, we’ve doubled the size of our West End location to bring you more of the best precision cuts, in a cultured and energetic environment.
Each barber is trained to deliver facial hair waxing, all shaving services, colour services, unique track designs, modern/traditional styles, as well as ladies styles of any calibre.
You may have noticed something unique about your surroundings at our West End Barbershop. The white walls contrast the porcelain stone tiles and the raw wood textiles don’t quite match each other. It feels elegant in an effortless way.
Designed with a distinctive rustic modern style in mind, Langanis Barber has been optimised with an open plan and floor-to-ceiling French doors to allow for expanse and flow.
To promote feelings of warmth and earthiness, organic and natural materials are emphasised alongside a simple colour scheme.
Always filled with light, the breath-ability of the space inspires creativity for our hard-at-work barbers. With four barber chairs filling the mirrored space, you can expect to be seen quickly, even on the busiest of days.
If you’ve not yet had the opportunity to visit Langanis Studio in Brisbane CBD, you’re missing out on an unorthodox experience. Cold textures of concrete, glass and metal surround you and you no longer feel confined within the walls of the city. Grey and black edges form optical prisms in a layout that’s not only surreal, it’s psychedelic.
The out of this world aesthetics are complemented by a high-energy atmosphere, showcased through music and enthusiastic staff. Michael’s vision for a worldly and unique new shopfront was clear from the start, he just needed a designer to help bring it to life.
“We didn’t want the store to feel like a salon, we wanted it to feel like a high-end retailer… We’re creating hype and putting on a show,” says Michael.