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Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos | Therma SPA by Vidalta

Interiors Spa Vidalta - SMA - D

The project for Therma SPA by Vidalta was done in two levels inside the clubhouse that has 9 levels and 7,000 square meters of construction. The services provided are just like the ones given in a world class hotel and among the amenities are: restaurant, sports bar, gym, indoor fun pool and swimming pool with swimming flumes, outdoor pool and SPA.

Spa Vidalta - SMA - AThe space was distributed as follows: double height access, relaxation areas, massage cabins, treatment cabins, retail shop area, showers and dressing rooms. On the opposite end the sensations pool with a triple height —that privileges the views of the wooded ravine— in an 18 meters high interior space with grand windows. The two levels are joined by a cylindrical glass panoramic lift.

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Spa Vidalta - SMA - HThe composition of the stone volumes unifies the various therapeutic uses in a thematic concept to experience, the sauna, steam room, the showers temple, healthy Spa, vital Spa, the Sanotherm, turning it into a unique experience, uniting aesthetics to the highest and sophisticated wellness technology. It is an experience in which the architecture creates the adequate atmosphere to control the light as an element of serenity and the presence of mass volumes in a monochromatic space that predisposes the senses to tranquility.

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Spa Vidalta - SMA - E

Location: México D.F.
Interior design: Serrano Monjaraz arquitectos
Project name: Therma Spa by Vidalta
Date: 2012
Typology: Residential Interior
Developer:
Grupo Inmobiliario Altiva
Arq. Juan Pablo Serrano Orozco
Arq. Rafael Monjaraz Fuentes
Contributors:
Arq. J. Enrique Garcia Diaz
Arq.Lucia M. Martinez Garcia
Builder:
Grupo Inmobiliario Altiva
Klafs Spa
Gerenciamiento Grupo Syasa
Photography: Frank Lynen y Jaime Navarro
 
 
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