Tour This Beautiful Light-Filled Sydney Yoga Studio

Lauren Powell
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One Hot Yoga and Pilates

As soon as you set foot into the One Hot Yoga and Pilates studio, you feel instantly at ease, relaxed and inspired. The brainchild of yogi, Lucinda Mills, and her architect partner, Robert Mills, the studio is a result of the talented duo’s passions combined.

The creative pair opened their first studio in Melbourne’s South Yarra in 2012 and have just brought their unique vision to Sydney’s Potts Point. Housed in a 1930s Art Deco building, renowned architect Mills has exposed the shell of the existing structure while adapting the interior to a contemporary practice. The studio boasts vast spaces, constant streams of natural light onto the raw materials, views of the city skyline, bamboo gardens, and a calming palate of soft greys and neutral colours. One of our favourite features are the gold and brass finishes which adds a touch of luxury. 

“There are common design characteristics drawn from our Melbourne studio that create a sense of family, but we have given One Hot Sydney its own distinct personality, befitting its location,” says Mills. “Sydney is one of the world’s greatest seaside towns and with this in mind, I found inspiration in the classic seaside resorts of Capri. This can be seen in the clean lines, observance of where the light shines and flashes of gold in the finishes.” Scroll on to take a tour of the minimal and classic space.

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