Posts tagged ‘swimming pool’

September 1, 2009

Modern Spa project in Belgrade City by Indigo Architects

Belgrade spa - pool view, by Indigo Architects

Belgrade spa - pool view, by Indigo Architects

Belgrade spa - lower level entry view, by Indigo Architects

Belgrade spa - lower level entry view, by Indigo Architects

Belgrade spa - pool view No2 - by Indigo Architects

Belgrade spa - pool view No2 - by Indigo Architects

Belgrade spa view from stairs - by Indigo Architects

Belgrade spa view from stairs - by Indigo Architects

Indigo Architects have been called in to design a modern and luxurious spa and wellness centre in Belgrade City. Both Architecture and interior design solutions are done by Indigo Architects. The project is in execution stage.

Project data:

Approx area: 650 sqm Project duration: 1 year Activities at lower floor level: pool, massage, Cleopatra bath, thematic showers – steam shower and water bucket, aromatherapy, chromotherapy, turkish bath, swedish sauna, rest area, mist shower, solarium, ice fountain, tepidarium, water jet massage. Activities at entry floor level: social area, changing rooms, fitness area with training equipment, enery bar with snacks, offices.

See more at Indigo Architects page

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August 31, 2009

Klein Dytham architecture

Narita Airport, Terminal 1 Klein Dytham architecture

Narita Airport, Terminal 1 Klein Dytham architecture

Just discovered this prolific design/architecture studio made of Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham, both “internationalists”.

On the Klein Dytham site you can find some intruiging tag-lines:

“Design is often like playing jazz. Lay down a structuring rhythm, find a snappy theme, and then improvise.”

Moku Moku Yu - communal bathing

Moku Moku Yu - communal bathing

House at Jingumae - living space and hair salon

House at Jingumae - living space and hair salon

January 28, 2009

Swimming pool at Quintay, Tomás García de la Huerta

A view of the pool, Tomás Garcia de la Huerta

A view of the pool, Tomás García de la Huerta

This amazing swimming pool at Quintay, by Tomás García de la Huerta, struck me for it`s chaotic elegance and use of the constraints the elevation provided. The materials used are very unpretentious, but striking in their combinations – eg. the contrast between the light, rough wood slats and the dark, smooth granite ceramic tiles. This is what “modern” is for me.

part of the pool by Tomás Garcia de la Huerta

part of the pool by Tomás García de la Huerta

through plataformaarquitectura