The Hundred Wellness Centre Space
We have created a haven of tranquility and positive energy tucked inside a peaceful villa in the heart of Jumeirah in Dubai. The carefully curated space, designed to make you feel at home and at peace, celebrates local talent from the UAE, and every detail of the bespoke decor and piece of art has a story behind it.
Our centre is more than just a Pilates studio and it was important for us to ensure that our space reflects The Hundred Wellness centre lifestyle, values and ethos.
Each and every piece of art at The Hundred Wellness Centre has a story behind it, here are the tales of some of our favourite pieces dotted around the space and local talents who want to see their work at The Hundred.
We love the solid oak chairs placed around our giant open-plan seating area at the juice bar and cafe. The curved backrests and arm support means that you will be snug as a bug in a rug whilst you enjoy your cold-pressed juice or speciality coffee.
Guests to The Hundred Wellness Center can be transported to their childhood whilst they wait for their Pilates class or functional training session. The Spun chairs by the Thomas Heatherwick studio in our waiting area never cease to put a smile on clients’ faces. The Hundred founder, Asma, first saw these chairs at London’s V&A museum in 2012 and it was love at first sight. Of course it’s not all fun and games – a spin in these chairs will also challenge your core, and you have to trust the design that you won’t fall off. Plus, the Spun chair provides the circle metaphor that we so love here at The Hundred – because wellness is a continuous circle, it’s in your food, sleep, exercise, stress levels – you can’t succeed in just one element, you have to complete your circle.
Look up at The Hundred Wellness Center reception and you will see our space is dotted with these beautiful art pieces by Ingo Maurer – a.k.a. ‘The Poet of Light’ and one of the most iconic artists and designers working today. These oversized light bulbs feature handmade butterflies and dragonflies and bring a sense of nature, beauty and enchantment to the space.