Scandinavian architecture practice White Arkitekter has won an architectural competition for Jönköping Bathhouse; an all-season bathhouse building on the shores of Lake Vättern, in the city of Jönköping in southern Sweden.
Designed by Chevalier Morales Architectes House of Literature is located in the historic neighbourhood of Old Québec, a site part of UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
Tyram Lakes Hotel and Spa in South Yorkshire, £25m Rothgen Group resort in Northern England, UK, design by Baca Architects, to be operated by Campbell Gray Hotels on 165-acre woodland site.
The Pavillon Ouest in Bromont, Québec designed and built by architectural firm Blouin Tardif Architecture Environnement, the West Pavilion has a large terrace, hot tub and Turkish bath with views over Lac Gale.
Designed by Co-Direction Design, the Blossom Dreams Hotel project is situated at Jima Village in the east of Yangshuo. The name “Jima” in Chinese is very poetic, meaning “steed”, which makes the location seem dreamy.
Designed by Wael Farran Studio the aim with Senses was to create a hidden zone connected to the villa, yet isolated enough to respect the family’s privacy.
New Jiva Spa and Wellness Centre at St James’ Court Hotel, London, designed by Emil Eve Architects: stripped back structure reveals texture of historic brickwork, partially rendered with black clay plaster.
Designed by Domaine Public Architects, the Open House is a contemporary addition to a traditional mountainside family retreat in Abadieh, an hour’s drive from the Lebanese capital Beirut.
Designed by Skylab Architecture Yard is located at the geographic center of the city of Portland. Yard is a 21 story mixed-use building that combines residential, commercial, retail, oﬃce and parking.
Butterfly Spa Vietnam, Shynh House Centre HCMC – a curved concrete staircase like soft silk ribbon, angled glass panes and a stylised butterfly-wing exterior facade transform an old building into a luxurious spa by Module K.
Termalija Family Wellness design by Enota finishes transformation of 1980s health centre into a modern relaxing thermal spa. The buildings connect space with nature.
Design: Avanto Architects – communal saunas used to be typical in most major cities in Finland, but now that most new homes have a sauna of their own, the number of public saunas have diminished greatly: a winner of International Architecture Awards 2018.
Lenka Míková designed a special „relax“ centre that serves as an hour hotel. It was a really unusual brief and a big challenge – as well as the given underground space with no windows.
The development, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, is located along the High Line has 21 interlaced levels, and features 39 residences ranging in size from two- to five-bedroom residences and a triplex penthouse.