Pearlfisher’s designs for ’boutique gym’ The Library

Pearlfisher has named, branded and created the interiors for The Library, a new training club and ‘boutique gym’ located in London’s Notting Hill.

Designed by Pearlfisher

Positioned as a ‘private members training club’ The Library offers an environment where members can get ‘nutritional support, relax, enjoy complimentary talks and lectures or attend classes,’ according to Pearlfisher.

Designed by Pearlfisher

Exercise is based on 15-minute intensive training sessions allowing members to make the most of their spare time.

The Library’s name plays on the idea that the club provides ‘an educated, intelligent environment for both physical and mental stimulation and relaxation,’ according to Pearlfisher.

Designed by Pearlfisher

Founder of The Library Zana Morris wanted ‘a beautiful space’ designed to make the most of the time members will save by adopting the 15-minute training programme.

Designed by Pearlfisher

Founding partner of Pearlfisher Karen Welman says, ‘Its unique and personalised training philosophy and approach to wellbeing meant we needed to create a holistic experience for the brand that would showcase Morris’ expertise and provide members with an exclusive space, devoted as much to physical exercise as to relaxed intelligent thinking’.

Designed by Pearlfisher

Modern and vintage furniture has been combined with ‘cutting-edge training equipment’, custom made black and white photographic wallpaper, vintage brown leather punch bags and an ‘antique vaulting horse.’ 

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