Furniture Collection Reimagines the Gym as Luxurious Living Space

Furniture Collection Reimagines the Gym as Luxurious Living Space

The Body Building collection doesn't accommodate sofa lounging — replacing rest with inspirational, luxurious and neon pieces

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 8 december 2015

The exhibit by Rome-based gallery Secondome at Design Miami/ 2015 had many people thinking it was a popup gym. Designers Alberto Biagetti and Laura Baldassari of Atelier Biagetti refer to their collection of workout equipment inspired furniture as “antigym” pieces.

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