What you see here are the renderings for all the major pieces of equipment in a Pilates Studio
When a problem arises the first instinct is to attack that problem, and find a solution for it
That is how it was regarding this project
The Reformer is what presented it’s self as the problem, and that is where we focused
We had worked through a number of designs and was getting to a place where things were feeling good
But it was at this point that the realization set in, and the larger picture presented it’s self
The problem wasn’t just the Reformer, but it was all the Pilates equipment used!
With that we had to take a step back and look at the problem from a completely different perspective
What followed was scrapping our original design, and start from scratch
This time, not just looking singularly at the Reformer, but making sure that all of the solutions and elements would ripple down through every piece of Apparatus
This was done by working through all of the individual pieces concurrently
Design elements and solutions to problems, were tried out up and down the line, to see if they not only worked in one instance, but across the board
It meant that there were far more balls in the air being juggled, but it was the only way we could see not to be blind sided, and then have to go back for something and start from scratch
It also allowed a much more holistic approach to the process, a unifying design aesthetic
This would have been near impossible if it weren’t for having an iPad Pro and running Shapr3D on it!
The combination of the two created such a powerful tool that it allowed us to keep all the balls in the air! 😊