No Industrial Pain, No Industrial Gain
The Do team loves to keep fit and we love great design. So imagine our excitement when we came across 1Rebel, a new chain of pay-as-you-train fitness "boutiques" (these are clearly too cool to be called gyms). Designed by London-based architects Studio C102, the brief is to create a theatrical sense of occasion where a fitness session feels like a glamorous night out. The space certainly looks theatrical, with the mix of reclaimed industrial fittings and luxurious finishes creating an inspiring contemporary industrial vibe which is equally conducive to clubbing or working out. With 2 branches located in the City of London and hopefully more to come, working out industrial style is the way to go.
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