Interior design is particularly important in the spaces we visit to calm, re-centre and reset. StudioFrenne’s design of this Sydney yoga studio focused on the intersection between functional, environmental, and aesthetic elements.
StudioFrenne brought strong elements of ‘biophilic’ design into the space to create an ambient environment for reflection, introspection and healing through practice of yoga.
Warm materials and soft colours were used extensively, with a particular focus on tactile materials, such a timber floors, that are warm to the touch and connect the clients to elements of nature. The use of lightweight sheer curtains allowed the visitation of air movement throughout the space.
Snap Fitness is a major international fitness brand with over 2500 gym locations across 26 countries. StudioFrenne has significant experience working with Snap Fitness Australia to design and implement franchisee gym fitouts and conduct franchisor master-planning.
StudioFrenne was approached by Innovation Fitness to develop gym interior design and construction documentation for their new Snap Fitness facility in North Ryde, Sydney. The facility occupies a prominent first floor location in the newly developed Lachlan’s Line Shopping precinct in Macquarie Park.
StudioFrenne recently completed the design and planning for the fitout of a new spa facility in the Sydney CBD. The brief for this spa design project was to create a tranquil massage space sympathetic to contemporary design, embracing the use of warm natural materials to enhance the spa experience.
The new studio would offer relaxed, Swedish, thai and remedial massage, as well as therapeutic hot-stone, acupuncture and skin and facial treatments. A hydrotherapy spa, sauna and steam room would be integrated into the facility.
Our approach to spa interior design involved combining earthy material and elements with a harmonious approach to room layouts to promote a peaceful customer experience.
To be successful, a skin care clinic requires more than just a reliable team and great service offerings. A client’s impression of your business and brand is conveyed in large part through the quality of your clinic fitout. A well-considered clinic interior design projects your brand identity, conveys a level of professionalism and provides clients with a sense of your expertise to safely undertake healthcare services.
StudioFrenne often uses the concept of ‘biophilic’ design in our clinic fitout projects to connect visitors to the natural environment through the use of ambient lighting, earthy materials and natural elements. Incorporating these features into clinic design can relax and invigorate patients in treatment settings.
At StudioFrenne, our approach to hair salon interior design is underpinned by the creation of an unparalleled customer experience.
We deliver superior hair salon fitouts and interior designs that provide a special environment where patrons feel welcomed, relaxed and pampered in luxurious surrounds.
However, our professional salon fitouts also optimise the commercial performance of our client salons across Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne. At StudioFrenne, we work with you to integrate your distinctive branding, hair styling services, and product merchandising to achieve your unique business ethos.
Modern dental practices are increasingly breaking away from a traditional, clinical dental fitout. Instead, practitioners are looking to use clever dental interior design solutions to construct productive, safe and welcoming healthcare environments for their patients and staff.
As one of the leading dental fitout companies operating across Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne, StudioFrenne provides high quality dental office designs based on sound interior design principles and an appreciation for the experience of staff and patients alike.
Our designs will enable your dental practice to optimise your patient workflow, provide a safe and welcoming atmosphere, and deliver high-quality, individualised patient care. A well-designed clinical space can improve the care experience and reduce patient anxiety prior to examinations and treatments.