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The Club at Deansgate Square by Jolie Studio

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16/11/2021 1 min read

Jolie Studio brought its signature sensory and sustainability-led design to The Club; an aspirational fitness and leisure space within Renaker’s Manchester residential development, Deansgate Square.

Designed to enhance residents’ lifestyle and wellbeing, The Club forms part of the development’s premium offering: an exclusive sanctuary from the bustle of city life. Featuring a plethora of original creative touches designed for optimal impact, The Club’s individual spaces all feel completely original and designed with true purpose in mind.

The design supports the guest experience in a number of ways. Fragrances are carefully chosen to make guests feel comfortable and confident. Colours are used to spark reactions, behaviours and emotion. In the gym, orange tones bring positive energy of heat and happiness, while yellow promotes youthfulness and productivity.

The light pink in this space softens a potentially intense environment, whilst also supporting focus and balance. These colours are complemented by sustainable and earthy woods and balancing dark greys, which makes users feel safe, grounded and connected to nature.

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