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Gleichenberg Thermal Bath / JSA

  • 01:00 - 10 December, 2008
Gleichenberg Thermal Bath / JSA
Gleichenberg Thermal Bath / JSA

Gleichenberg Thermal Bath / JSA Gleichenberg Thermal Bath / JSA Gleichenberg Thermal Bath / JSA Gleichenberg Thermal Bath / JSA +47

  • Architects

  • Location

    Bad Gleichenberg, Austria
  • Architects

    Jensen & Skodvin Arkitektkontor
  • Project Architects

    Olav Jensen(pl), Børre Skodvin (pl), Ane Forfang, Carl Patrik Larsson, Helge Lunder, Minna Riska, Dagfinn Sagen, Thomas Knigge, Torunn Golberg, Torstein Koch, AnneLise Bjerkan
  • Collaborating Local Architect

    Domenig Wallner, Graz
  • Design Period

    2005-2007
  • Client

    HCC/Kappa
  • Budget

    1.000.000 EURO (US $31.52 millions)
  • Area

    17500.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2008

From the architect. The project is situated in a protected park and consist of a treatment area with about 50 different rooms for medical treatments, a four star hotel with several different restaurants and cafes, and a public thermal bath for the patients and other guests.

The waiting areas in the middle of the treatment rooms for the patients are shaped around courtyards allowing sun and views to the trees, as to give the patients the impression of waiting in the park itself. A full treatment might last for several days and can consist of a number of different treatments, like different types of massages and baths in smaller private treatment rooms, a visit to a cold room with minus 110 degrees Celsius etc.

Between these treatments the patients wait in the open and transparent waiting areas where the park is always close. One of the main aims of the architecture has been to un-institutionalize the architecture, make it resemble a hospital in as few ways as possible. The interior has been designed by an advertising bureau.

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Martin Graz · July 11, 2009

one more nice topic in your blog and nice comments too keep it up, by the way Graz is a very lovely city I enjoyed it so much

Ceno · December 12, 2008

Great.. I really like this place

Contemporary Art · December 12, 2008

I wish we had something like this in the United States. It looks incredibly relaxing.
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mariana · December 11, 2008

Its really nice. I want to see more drawings, I can hardly read the floor plans!

muhaha · December 11, 2008

very good, but cant imagine what the maintenance is like, since evrything is timber.

roadkill · December 11, 2008

very good in terms of design,detail and quality. more drawings please!

marti · December 11, 2008

nice

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