MyEquilibria, a 7m tall iconic ‘Fitness Tree’, is a game-changing concept that redefines fitness, brings together art, cutting-edge materials, high-end wellness equipment and community in perfect union. Using primarily Ultra High Performance Concrete (molded,hand-polished and multi-patented), this material is lasts 100x longer than traditional concrete. UHPC seamlessly integrates with the highest-grade Inox steel for an innovative and sleek workout experience, creating an elegant sculpture that can withstand all weather conditions and environments.
Designed by Vito Di Bari, inspired by Voronoi Diagrams and enabled by science, MyEquilibria sculptures blend into outdoor environments. Both for professional users and those without experience, MyEquilibria Tree provides a total body workout and with a free application, available on Android and IOS, users can access over 500 video exercise tutorials.
MyEquilibria is a contemporary work of art shaping the future of outdoor wellness.
Designed by Vito Di Bari, inspired by Voronoi Diagrams and enabled by science, MyEquilibria sculptures blend into outdoor environments.
With an international team of designers, futurologists, fitness experts, personal trainers, engineers, and sociologists and five years of research and development we realized the project using primarily Ultra High Performance Concrete, High Performance Concrete and Steel. UHPC has three patents.
Our biggest challenge was scaling down our creativity, but the biggest obstacle was finding the right material to create such a tall and elegant sculpture that could withstand all weather conditions and environments. Second was finding the right manufacturing partner who could understand and implement our vision, Metalco Srl: the worldwide leader of luxury Outdoor furniture.
That’s what gives MyEquilibria an unfair advantage of 30 years of Outdoor know-hows and its access to the industry’s best practices.
Designer: DI BARI ASSOCIATES (USA)
Producer: Metalco Srl
Year of production: 2016
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