Project Type:  Commercial

Products Used:  Reggiani Yori Evo 48V, Flos Mini Glo Ball C/W

Architect: Hecker Guthrie

Photographer: Shannon McGrath

‘Maddox is more than a health club. A new expression that is more than physical fitness. By working with the thinkers and leaders of tomorrow, we’re connected to what comes next and committed to the future by providing a place where these thoughts can grow and develop into real change for more than just ourselves.’


– Co–founder and trainer Davey Ramburuth

Designed by Hecker Guthrie realising a dialogue between familiar and future concepts through a refined industrial material palette of stainless steel and concrete expressed with texture and precision.

The discreet entrance off Flinders Lane creates a sense of discovery.  Guests enter through a signature blue lit portal into a reception space with a large scale digital screen and curated seating.  A gentle and beneficial blue light is used to highlight throughout the space.

A long gallery presenting select artists transports guests to their locker and changing rooms.  The private change rooms act as a space to prepare and reset post movement, showers are clad in stainless steel, grid tiles and Flos Mini Glo Ball C/W light the basins.

The Maddox fitness space includes pods dedicated to mobility, cardio and strength with equipment by Technogym, complimented by the use of Reggiani Yori Evo 48v adjustable spotlights, a minimal and elegant track lighting playing an essential role in the design of the space.

Created by partners Annie Nguyen and Davey Ramburut Maddox Fit is a values driven, holistic wellness concept built on purpose, observation and care that delivers movement and strength programs, leadership and team courses for corporate clients and individuals.

Yori Evo family has evolved to now include a 48V low-voltage track version available both as an adjustable spotlight and as a pendant in four different sizes. The Yori Evo 48V was developed to be used especially in residential and retail project for showcasing items, shelves, display cases and exhibition style lighting. Its outstanding CRI >98 enhances colour authenticity and materiality, adding value to sale items in retail spaces drawing viewer’s attention.

The GLO-BALL C/W ceiling, wall and mirror lamp designed in 2002 by Jaspar Morrison for FLOS, comprises of an externally acid-etched, hand blown flashed opaline glass sphere, and a white, injection moulded PPS threaded ring nut, or, an injection moulded PPS white mirror ring nut. Mirror hole cut out Ø35mm.

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