Bright Architecture is the design firm behind boutique fitness studios Fhitting Room, Flywheel and Rowhouse and it wants to help the average consumer improve their personal wellness and fitness experience at home with a new design service. In recent months, peoples' living spaces have been transformed into a multi-tasking space for everything from work and at-home entertainment to working out and meditating. the:sixthirty is a new virtual design solution that sets itself apart as "an interior design service dedicated to re-envisioning the home as a place of wellness, privacy, and escape."
With the:sixthirty, Bright Architecture acknowledges that homes and apartments are not equipped to be proper workout or spa-like spaces. The service uses a 3D BIM (Building Information Model) to capture a client's taste preferences and spatial requirements, then creates a shoppable catalog of design ideas via a one-on-one virtual experience.
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