Warning: getimagesize(https://en.presstletter.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/enota-orhidelia-061.jpg): failed to open stream: HTTP request failed! HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found in /home/presstle/public_html/en/wp-content/themes/Presstletter/single.php on line 42

Wellness Orhidelia ENOTA

Salvatore Spataro 27/03/2013 Senza categoria Comments Off on Wellness Orhidelia ENOTA

ENOTA: http://www.enota.si

PUBLIC SPACE, LANDSCAPE, WELLNESS

 

The Orhidelia wellness facility is the third project in the series designed by Enota in Terme Olimia spa complex during the last few years, meeting the demand for new programmes and areas due to the growth of the spa. The programme of the wellness facility is comprehensive, with large spans and very tall interior spaces required in some parts. Placing a classically-designed building in the central green space would have filled the last remaining unbuilt area of the spa complex and significantly affected the quality of the space. The key guideline of the building’s design was therefore for its presence to blend with the environment as much as possible.The new wellness complex is thus designed more as a landscape intervention than a building. The folded facades of the structure appear as bearing walls that separate the multi-level arrangement of the designed greened areas. Rather than search for its expression and establish its space, the new building instead connects the individual existing buildings and exterior layout elements into a logical whole.

 

Architecture: ENOTA

Project team: Dean Lah, Milan Tomac, MaruA?a ZupanA?iA?, NuA?a ZavrA?nik, Zana StaroviA?, Anna Kravcova, Polona RuparA?iA?, Marko Volf, Sabina SakelA?ek, Esta MatkoviA?, Darja Zubac, Dean Juki , TjaA?a MarinA?ek, NebojA?a VertovA?ek

Landscape architecture: Bruto

Client: Terme Olimia

Location PodA?etrtek, Slovenia

size 9.990 m2

Structural engineering: Elea iC

Mechanical services: Nom biro

Electrical planning: Forte inA?eniring

Pool technology: Darrtech

Year: 2007

Status completed: 2009

Photo: Miran KambiA?

Comments are closed.