16/02/2017
Including too much money.

Words by

Giulia Brugliera

We’re not sure if this is ridiculously unnecessary or borderline genius, but a Swedish design studio has delivered workout equipment that looks like it belongs in a gallery.

Created by Tingest Designs, the idea is that those short of space won’t need to search for somewhere to hide their gym equipment away.

The collection includes marble and iron dumbells, a slimline kettlebell, a Scandi hula hoop and a minimalist vault horse. 

Tingest founder Alexander Lervik said of the designs:

“One problem for those of us that live in a limited space, however, is finding somewhere to store equipment when it’s not in use. This is why we have focused on developing stylish equipment that is both functional and pleasing to the eye and can be placed prominently in any room.”

Fancy.

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