- Designer Armchair with Pouf – Armchair by Adrenalina Polyphemus
- Kitchen island with marble top
- Securing Fireplace in White
- Installing modern studio with an industrial touch
- Crystal chandelier and wooden doors with mirror network
- Garden design for summer festivals
- Rattan furniture in the bedroom
- Ideas garden with ancient treasures and home decorative items for flea market
- Living room
- Warm colors for fun-loving harmonious interior color combinations
Spa and wellness centers as a stage for creative architectural designs
The therapeutic effect of water already knew people in the ancient world. Spas and well-being are still popular places to retreat for relaxation and a meeting place for interesting encounters. In addition, they offer almost unlimited freedom of creative visions Architeken. We present a selection of hot tubs, represent the successful synthesis of luxury spa and modern architecture.
Integrate comfort with elegant architecture - modern spa and wellness centers
Photos: Victor Benítez
The architecture of modern spa and wellness center is influenced by the traditional architectural features and the latest trends at the same time. The interior of the bathhouse Mikve Rajel in Mexico was designed by Pascal Arquitectos. The elements of the Jewish Region have been cleverly used in interior decoration. Here rainwater is collected, stored in the pool (Mikve) and used as part of a purification ritual.
Embedded ground pool
The reception room of the bathhouse reminds Mikve Rajel a glass box
Wood and marble interior
Mix of contemporary architecture, design and Spas
Photos: Roland Bernath
The spa and wellness in the Swiss resort of Tamina Therme Bad Ragaz with its beautiful architecture offers a complete selection of Wellnessbehandlingen. Unlike the monolithic structure of other bath houses of wood construction provides a visual lightness. For the therapeutic effect of light spa Erlebnises is essential. 7.5 meter oval window offers a panoramic view of the surrounding park. The bath house was designed by local architects Smolenicky & Partners with high precision and creative imagination. The dominant effect of the concave columns increases the effect of relaxation.
Interior and exterior trim with white wood planks
Centre floating welfare Montreal
Photos: Sid Lee
Thank you to an extensive technical expertise of Sid Lee Architecture architecture studio is able to integrate into a ferry from the 50s, a spa and wellness center. Bota Bota spa is 3,150 square meters, with 5 600 bridges and windows that let in plenty of natural light inside. However, the renovated floating design gives a feeling of privacy.
The windows offer a generous view
Spa and Wellness in Dutch urban design
Small cabana spa with wood paneling
renovation project of a century-old spa
Office Mühely budapesti renovated 400 year old thermal baths in Budapest Rácz. Interiors different times combine to form a harmonious whole and appear in a new light.
Entire redesigned system
The therapeutic efficacy of the composition of the light
Strengthen the relationship between space and the body
Photos: Marc Cramer
Bais Scandinave Les Vieux-Montreal is a project of Saucier + Perrotte. The spa was built in a former warehouse in the heart of Montreal. Irregularities in floors, walls and ceilings reminiscent of a natural environment.
Dynamic surface structure
Covered with wooden floors and ceilings
Gentle curves and waveforms
The spa Between Cialos hotel in Mendoza, Argentina by A4 Estudio
Pine wood planks and concrete give the indoor unit
Spa Architecture & Design
Small holes in the walls create interesting light effects
Take spa vacations in spas Chairama in downtown Bogota
Photos: Sergio Gomez
Facade of exclusive membrane and a very bright interior design gives a unique look to the spa center. For the design center with four floors, glass, ceramics and epoxy resin was used. Design and Architecture by Giancarlo Mazzanti Elequipo Mazzantis office and Felipe Mesa Plan B Architects.
A modern interior design and spa wellness
The spa is a place to relax and socialize
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