As a gym owner, gym design and planning is huge. In the last decade, immersive studios and the boutique market have completely changed the game. Companies who think design is about just the gym layout are at least 10 years behind the curve.

Designing a gym is about creating an experience. It’s about the way your space makes a person feel. The gym design is an extension of your brand. It’s the canvas on which your masterpiece will be painted on.

It’s as important as the way you talk to your customers. It’s as important as the product you deliver and as the quality of your staff.

The game has changed. Be careful you’re not left behind.


Collaborate – At Jigsaw one of our core values is collaboration. We work best when we understand your vision. This way we can help you achieve it. Every business is different, each brand represents the people behind it. That’s why our gym designs are unique every time.

Visualise – Our head of visualisation looks after all 3d modelling and space planning. We don’t rely on third party gym planning software, which means we’re not restricted by conventional boundaries. If you can imagine it, we can help you visualise it.

Create – Then your vision comes alive. We’ll finalise the plans, before manufacturing, branding and installing any bespoke equipment. Our reputation is built on forward-thinking, high impact gyms and won’t rest until that’s what we’ve delivered.

  • EVERY.
  • TIME.

Our goal is never to create two gyms the same.

But at the same time, there are three key principles we always use to guide our gym design work.

  1. The client’s brand comes first.
  2. Create a big impact.
  3. Make it function. Make it fun. Make it safe.


As a product design, engineering and manufacture company we can create gyms and equipment that completely immerses the user in your world. Every aspect of your gym should be deliberate, considered and thoughtful.

We work to create your gym, your way. This is the difference between a room with equipment in it and amazing gym design.


How you choose to apply technology, AV and lighting will have an impact on how users interact with and experience your gym design.

The reverse is also true.

How your sessions work, and how people train is going to define what technology systems you should use. These need to be considered in tandem. The retrospective consideration of either one almost always results in a suboptimal outcome.



If you think we can help with something you’re working on, just drop us a message. We’d love to hear from you.

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