Archive for the ‘wellness & fitness’ category

Moksha Fitness and Spa by Studio Ardete, Panchkula – India

February 6th, 2016

Aiming for a raw, understated look, the design makes use of unconventional materials such as rope and metal frames, extended from the floor and almost touching the ceiling.

KALORIAS Club by Estúdio AMATAM, Montijo – Portugal

November 19th, 2015



The KALORIAS brand is in a period of rejuvenation.

Hot & Shape CALDO Mizonokuchi by DOYLE COLLECTION, Kawasaki – Japan

December 18th, 2014

For the “motion” area in the gym, we selected warm color ORANGE with over 300 pairs of sneakers displaying on the ceiling. In this way, we created an organic and dynamic atmosphere by eliminating inorganic and solid impression.

Float House floatation center by OMB, Vancouver – Canada

December 4th, 2014

Float House is the first floatation center in Vancouver, and one of the largest in the world. The space is comprised of a clean, modern retail and reception space and five float rooms which house the floatation tanks.

Hotel del Valle Spa by Estudio Larrain, San Felipe – Chile

September 8th, 2014

Hotel del Valle Spa by Estudio Larrain, Rinconada – San Felipe

Aerni – Haar Kleid Bar Spa by Barmade Interior Design, Bern – Switzerland

July 10th, 2014

Wallpaper with ornamental designs, furnishing with linear and simple forms and crystal chandeliers make up the modern decoration of the interior while staying in line with the historical Art Nouveau stucco of the building.

Casale del Principe spa and wellness center by Alberto Apostoli Architecture, Monreale – Italy

June 6th, 2014

Of modern and refined design but that does not omit reference to the elements of Sicilian culture, the Spa is characterized by its relationship with the extraordinary architectural complex in which it is inserted, the nature, its flora so rich and unique,and its territory.

Pur wellness shop by Bond, Helsinki – Finland

March 6th, 2014

Pur is a new generation of wellness shops in Helsinki, bringing various aspects of healthy living together under one roof.

Bodytech Rio Sur by Arquint Colombia, Medellín – Colombia

May 1st, 2013

The different spaces are connected visually through the glass walls and translucent prints; generating differentiation between spaces with the use of color and overall design, like the conceptual images mixed up with mirrors and the textual branding post on floors and walls allusive with each space activity.