AD Round Up: Leisure Part IV

AD Round Up: Leisure Part IV

With our fourth selection of leisure projects, you can relax in Slovenia, Romania, China, and Chile. Check them all after the break.

Orhidelia Wellness / Enota Main goal while designing the building was to diminish as much as possible its presence in the surroundings. Since the demanded program of wellness center is very extensive and in parts it demands overcoming great spans and big heights of inner spaces, putting up classically conceived building on central green plot would fill up last remaining open area in thermal complex and largely degraded its spatial quality (read more…)

Blackbox / Parasite Studio The brief of the project asked for the design of a games club located in one of the most significant spaces of the building. The main requirement was to obtain a space with a completely controlled atmosphere with no relation with the outside world in which you are not aware of the time passing (read more…)

Spa by MTM Shanghai / PAL Design A principal of Minimalism Aesthetic, where the space design emphasizes on extreme leisure and comfort, have an experience of a journey from body relax to soul touch. This brand Spa by MTM achieved the successful business in Hong Kong first branch. The booming development of spa business extended to Mainland China. Thus the retail design inspiring a contemporary natural artistic approach is the extension of the brand concept into new branch at Shanghai (read more…)

Vivat Pool and Spa / Andrej Kalamar The pool and spa complex is connected to the existing hotel via a communication axis comprising various public spaces, which leads along the new pools to the future hotel at the west edge of the site. On the south of the axis, the swimming pool hall contains indoor pools and adjoining saunas, the outdoor pools with the restaurant are located on the north side. Upper floor houses various healthcare and wellness programs (read more…)

P.W.C.C. Spa & Fitness Center / PLAN Arquitectos + Loroworks Architects The Prince of Wales Country Club wanted to re-new their members interest by updating their leisure and sport services, promoting the informal meeting and intensifying general use during the week. The Club had very consolidated facilities and exteriors, so the implanting strategy considered an underground sports platform, placed under the Club House´s north gardens, in a contemporary way which would balance the existing eclectic architecture (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Leisure Part IV" 27 Jul 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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