A surprising way to conceive the bathroom. The Gym Space system redesigns the typical elements of bathroom furnishings to combine physical well-being with personal grooming. It launches an innovative way to conceive the room that accommodates contemporary domestic requirements. Let’s discover it together.
The interpretation of design as experimentation and painstaking care for details have led to the launch of Gym Space that introduces fitness corners that envisage the use of equipment designed to stay in shape into the bathroom. What lies at the heart of the project? Gymnastics Wall Bars, a piece of gym equipment around which the entire range revolves.
Gym Space is suitable for any particular space and it furnishes the wet room in an organised and functional manner, combining styling with practicality. The project guarantees endless configurations, leaving the freedom to furnish the bathroom with the utmost customisation possibilities.
Gymnastics Wall Bars are reinterpreted and produced in two finishes to adapt to various furnishing styles: a more traditional light Blond wood and a warmer and more welcoming dark Core wood. Attractive sports accessories which can be attached to the Gym Space structure, such as the eco-leather bench and a matt black structure (124 x 40 cm) and the Scavolini traction bar (width 90 cm), for an active lifestyle, without losing sight of Italian design.
The elegant shapes that are intertwined with the delicate technical soul of the structure on which multiple grooming allies have been arranged, not just for fitness fanatics: lights, mirrors, open-fronted wall units, also available with wooden details, hooks and shelves.
The offering is completed by the free-standing towel rail in metal with the same styling as the accessories, available in White and Anthracite, and the wall-mounted towel rail in Core and Blond wood. High-class touches are the leatherette strap that attaches the mirror to the wall bars and the lamp with chrome-finish clip.
Gym Space, a new bathroom concept, for a new wellness concept.