Aedas Interiors has taken on the project to design the interiors for the Dubai’s Fit Republik Sports Academy and Member’s club, the largest mixed-use sports facility in the city.
The 9,000m2 spave will be officially open in September this year, and will become the largest facility of its kind in Dubai.
The architecture and design firm used raw and recycled materials are part of the aesthetic for the facility, reflecting the sportsmanship of the venue.
Materials such as exposed concrete, weathered steel and reclaimed timber are used to create a slick design with an industrial touch, incorporating elements such as large scale bespoke lighting features, large art installations, yoga mat wall features, graffiti walls, shipping crate offices and upcycled furniture that complements the overall rugged design.
The sports club will provide various exclusive Olympic standard sports facilities including 12 weightlifting stations, an indoor gymnastics area and foam pits as well as a commercial indoor pool.
Other sporting features include an elite zone for professional athletes, bouldering walls, cardio and spinning areas, fully enable identification and check-in facilities, spa services, dietitian and wellness services, f&b outlets, lounges and recreational areas, all under one roof.