Fitness First Club ICON opens at ICON SIAM shopping centre in Bangkok

The Chapman Taylor-designed Fitness First gym Club ICON has opened at the ICON SIAM luxury shopping centre in Bangkok.

The 4,000m2 gym is designed for functional simplicity and ease of use, with sections including dedicated zones for skilled athletics, running, boxing, freestyle training, cycling, Pilates and mind/body. There is also a large salt-water swimming pool, a hydro-massage bed and body composition scanning equipment.

Located beside the Chao Phraya River, the design of this fitness complex is inspired by an abstract interpretation of the river’s movements, textures and colours – movement and energy symbolised in the use of materials and layout.

Fitness First branding is prominent throughout the fitness areas, lobby and changing rooms, with brand motifs wrapping around various spaces in earthy colours and copper accents.

The interior design for this state-of-the-art leisure space was created by Chapman Taylor’s Bangkok studio.

Davide De Visdomini

Associate Director, Bangkok

Davide has over 14 years of experience working in architecture and interior design in Italy, Finland, China and Thailand. He has led many key projects in Europe and Asia, including large-scale residential, hospitality, mixed-use and luxury resorts for international clients. His strength lies in a deep understanding of local cultures and user experiences, using these to integrate the needs of clients with each local context.

Davide oversees the design of our projects in South East Asia, including both architectural and interior design, and he manages delivery for our clients alongside our different specialist teams.

Areas of expertise:

Hospitality / Residential / Mixed-Use / Office

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