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Futuristic Gym Mixes Fashion And Fitness

Futuristic Gym Mixes Fashion And Fitness
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The Dsquared2 Gym & Spa is curated in the spirit of an exclusive private club with state-of-the-art fitness equipment

Weronika Jurkiewicz
  • 10 march 2017

Sweat and high fashion don’t usually go hand-in-hand, but in a new Milan’s gym, members will be able to increase their heart rate in style. Designed by Dean and Dan Caten, the Canadian twin brothers behind Dsquared2, the Ceresio 7 Gym & Spa is curated in the spirit of an exclusive private club with state-of-the-art fitness equipment.

Located in the Dsquared2’s corporate HQ, the three story fitness center joins the already popular Ceresio 7 Pools & Restaurant in an effort to turn the building into a lifestyle landmark, embodying the brand’s signature look and feel.

Equipped with a pool, whirlpool, Turkish bath, sauna, and massage and beauty cabins, Ceresio 7 Gym & Spa has everything one would need to tone, bulk or rejuvenate. And if that’s not enough, the club also offers a specialized team of personal trainers, nutritionists and beauticians from Biologique Recherché who offer exclusive cryotherapy and thalassotherapy to help you along your physical and mental journey to discover the better you.

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