Transforming Our Homes To A Proper Workout
Comes With A New Host Of Challenges
Nathan Bright, principal of Bright Architecture “We recognized immediately that taking a boutique workout class at-home comes with a new host of challenges for both the studios and the user”, “Our homes and apartments are not designed for a proper workout or spa-like comfort. We want that to change.”
The: sixthirty solves these problems by providing tailored design packages complete with 3D renderings, easy to manage DIY installation plans, and a shopping list to realize the transformation. The market for at-home fitness spaces further intensified under stay-at-home orders, but until now there has not been an interior design service dedicated to re-envisioning the home as a place of wellness, privacy, and escape. For the average person, working out at home is a mix of moving furniture, pulling equipment out of the closet and negotiating the right streaming interface.
Behind the scenes, the: sixthirty has built out a robust 3D BIM (Building Information Model) technology to capture and understand users’ taste preferences, spatial requirements, and creates a shoppable catalog of design ideas. Through a one-on-one virtual designer experience, this approach allows the creation of unique and personal designs. As studios realize the value of their virtual classes, the:sixthirty provides a pathway for a new branded experience. For both the user as well as the class provider, the:sixthirty offers a bridge to connect these important moments.
The:sixthirty customers can choose from three levels of support at https://thesixthirty.design: front row package ($149): 2 design plans, final 3D rendering and DIY shopping list for an 8′ x 8′ space
boutique package (starting at $249): the front row package plus overall room refresh and additional interior treatments all out package (starting at $649): the boutique package plus larger room planning, lighting, furniture, and equipment selection.
About Bright Architecture: Bright Architecture is an architecture and interior design studio based in DUMBO, Brooklyn.
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