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Juno House: women-only members' club opens in Barcelona

Spaces and events provide modern businesswomen opportunity to connect, work and unwind

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23 May 2022 04:15 PM

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Angus Clelland | Barcelona

A new members club exclusively for women, Juno House, has recently opened its doors on Carrer Aribau, near the corner with Diagonal Avenue, in the center of Barcelona.

The 1,400 square meter site, with all its luxury amenities and events, offers its members the chance to connect, work effectively, as well as relax during or after the stressful working day.

The objectives of the club include fostering woman to woman business relationships while helping its members achieve a healthy work-life balance by offering business, wellness and motherhood services to help the modern woman grow her career.

Overall, the site is spread across two buildings, the 'Nave' and the 'Farinera'. The former is intended for collaboration, meetings, and events, containing a café, a library, as well as facilities such as boardrooms, zoom rooms, and even a podcast studio.

The latter, however, is geared towards personal growth and wellbeing, with four storeys, each offering a different space.

On the ground, there is the clubhouse, a social space complete with a cocktail bar where members and their guests can chat over a drink or some food.

Above that there is an area where members’ children can play while their mothers get on with work or socialize amongst themselves.

The ‘Beauty Bar’ is located on the third floor, offering users luxury amenities such as massages or manicures, as well as facilities to freshen up after one of the fitness classes, which take place on the top floor’s ‘Glow Studio’, a fitness studio.

Aside from the fitness classes, other events take place all across the club, such as children’s classes, wine-tasting and networking events.

A long time coming

Co-founder Natalie Batlle spoke Catalan News, describing Juno House as “a purpose-driven company” with a philosophy of “collaboration versus competition” in order to make “every day more productive and inspiring for [the] members”.

Natalie considers Juno Club as her “third child”, as plans had been in the works for over three years prior to opening. She is part of a team of three founders, alongside Liana Knight Grieg and Eva Villa Massanas, who worked together “to get to where [they] are today to this physical project, which is quite a beautiful monster in many ways” according to Natalie.

A membership application questionnaire is available on the June House website. Membership can be paid per month, costing €150 or per year, costing €1600. All members will have access to the club’s luxury facilities and events, as well as benefits with associated businesses and 2 guest passes per day.

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  • Juno House's 'Nave' building, where members can work, chat and have a coffee (by Angus Clelland)

  • Juno House's 'Nave' building, where members can work, chat and have a coffee (by Angus Clelland)

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