The nails salon is designed, by ARCHSTUDIO, to achieve a kind of natural sense in artificial environment, and to attract customers by creating an amusing experience of being in the hill. The rectangular space of 60 sqm is embedded a hill that is gradually rising from outside to inside.
Delightful boutique hotel in the heart of a nature park. Its exceptional location at the end of a glacial valley offers an unforgettable view of the majestic peaks of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps.
The Qicun thermal complex has been designed by Enota as an expansion of the existing spa centre in order to offer a new higher level of service.
The S Residence, designed by Yuuki Kitada Architect, apartment occupies a top floor of a New York City, high-rise residential building located on the west side of Central Park, with beautiful views facing east over the park.
Riksbyggen’s internationally-acclaimed egg-shaped sauna, Solar Egg, by artists Bigert and Bergström, has been invited to be part of the Swedish Design Moves Paris initiative. For three weeks, starting on the 25th of November, Parisians will get the chance to experience both Swedish design and sauna traditions.
BFDO Architects has designed a dramatically-lit, eye-catching retail space for Dermalogica, an award-winning skincare line, leads to a series of closed, private therapy rooms in back.
Spread over 18,000 sqft this world class Members Club offers an integrated approach to wellbeing. The project drew on expertise across the sector to develop a world class solution for one of its most prestigious hotels. Located in the heart of London, between Mayfair and Belgravia, the club and spa has sumptuous interiors that reflect the elegant architecture of the grand Regency-period building that houses this landmark hotel.
Nestled in a Moroccan oasis where ancient mineral springs have drawn visitors for centuries, the Sidi Harazem Thermal Bath Complex represents a marriage of nature, public space, and modern architecture. Built four years after Moroccan independence, the complex is the ambitious statement of a new nation determined to create modern and forward-thinking gathering places for its citizens.
Architects: Co-Direction Interior
This hotel has a total of twenty-six guest rooms, divided according to the different orientation landscapes and sizes. The designers applied regional colors for the guest room area to create different situational experiences, giving the spaces more natural spirituality and vitality.
Design: Diamond Schmitt Architects
Diamond Schmitt Architects is among a shortlist of firms selected to design a new civic centre for the Toronto suburb of Etobicoke. The scheme was recently presented at a public event.
Architects: NFOE / HCMA consortium
The destination facility will offer a unique experience for recreation and competitive swimmers alike. The team looks forward to seeing it come to life in the coming years.
Design: H&P Architects: the Mành Mành Salon project develops an approach to reuse available materials such as doors, glass, tables and chairs, bricks, low-quality wood, to create a fresh and distinctive but friendly space to the nature.
Design: Rara Architecture
Coming up with a practical floor plan with good spatial flow was a challenge and took several iterations in the process, but in the end we decided to highlight the columns.
Design: Steven Christensen Architecture
The design for Liepāja Thermal Bath and Hotel originates from a keen interest in the formal associations of the dome throughout architectural history, and more precisely, its role within the typology of the public bath.