The integration of indoor infrared saunas into American home spa design represents a significant architectural trend that prioritizes affordability, functionality, and wellness. As architects, it's essential to stay abreast of these evolving trends and explore innovative ways to incorporate wellness features into our designs.
The Sauna Place
Completion of the new wellness centre of the Aurora Spa in Třeboň. Create a clear space, with a logical orientation. Use natural and believable materials. Draw on the history of the main building of the baths. The new Spa building in Třeboň needed all of that, but above all the active involvement of the architects.
Sauna World in Třeboň
Plus One Architects
Lázeňská 1001, 379 01 Třeboň, Czech Republic
The family-run hotel with its 76 rooms and 14 chalets, laid out as a village, lives up to its name: For those seeking relaxation and sports enthusiasts, the hotel offers heavenly facilities. Originally a farm house with guest rooms, it is now a hotel dedicated to ecotourism.
TYYNI SAUNA is a outdoor pre-made sauna designed by architect Piotr Gniewek from TYYNI STUDIO and introduced by finnish company New Sauna. It could be delivered by a truck and installed with no groundworks.
TYYNI SAUNA Collection
Niraamaya Retreat, a resort complex in Kumarakom, Kerala demonstrates a boutique architectural experience of opulence connecting strongly with the surrounding landscape through an appropriate balance of contemporary design and traditional elements. Niraamaya Retreat by Backwaters & Beyond is located at Kumarakom, Kerala; spread across seven acr...
Niraamaya Retreats Backwaters & Beyond
Edifice Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
Kumarokam, Kerala, India
We decided to break the silence and present our new project — Jolly Beauty Salon in Kyiv. The salon is temporarily closed because of the war, but soon it will open its doors again. And each of us should find strength to continue our job and move towards our bright future.
Rina Lovko Studio
ACRO Suites is a 5 star luxury boutique resort set on the rocky cliffside of Mononaftis Bay, in Crete, Greece. ‘ACRO’ originates from the ancient Greek word ‘Akros/Akron’ which means ‘on the edge’ – where the wellbeing retreat is built.
Acro Suites A Wellbeing Resort
Study of the 1st Phase - Stavros Peppas & Afoi Orfanaki S.A • Second Phase : Afoi Orfanaki S.A
Mononaftis Bay, Agia Pelagia, Heraklion, Greece
Boundaries between past and future, between dream and reality, between inside and outside: noa* network of architecture makes the invisible lines visible, which become part of the full picture and, above all, instead of a separation, a connection between two worlds.
noa* network of architecture
Soprabolzano, South Tyrol, Italy
Alex Filz, Andrea Dal Negro (drone images)