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July 20, 2015 Spa & Wellness No Comments Print Print Email Email

Futuristic exterior view of the entire planning area of the project with 10.500 sqm (PRNewsFoto/THERMARIUM SPA-Anlagenbau GmbH)

Thermarium strengthens its position as a global key player in spa planning and realisation.

One of the most outstanding projects is the Kongeveien Eiendom Spa Complex in Norway, now rebranded to “THE WELL”. The largest spa facility in Norway is funded by a private investor and is scheduled to open inDecember 2015.

The overall planning area of the project amounts to 10.500 sqm, with 6.500 sqm of Day Spa area.

Thermarium has brought its entire range of know-how and expertise to this project. This includes the overall concept, the engineering and interior design services as well as the final construction.

“On The Well project Thermarium has added unique know how and superior quality, and at the same time showed great flexibility in a complex constructional project,” says Thomas Gundersen, project manager, THE WELL.

Some of the project’s highlights are the pool areas, which have been designed as a lavish landscape, and a shower grotto featuring a realistic stream with several trickles of water cascading down the sides of the rock grotto.

The hot rooms entice guests to explore the spa as it creates a unique and interesting well-being ambiance. The art deco area, for instance, will feature a pool and a steam room designed with state-of-the-art materials and a highly creative interplay of different shapes and colours.

In a world of lights the Aurora Laconium features shifting lighting moods that enhance relaxation, while the Ambilight Cinema Sauna provides visual well-being with lights on a TV screen.

The hamam serves as a secret haven for guests. (PRNewsFoto/THERMARIUM SPA-Anlagenbau GmbH)

The Japanese area with its distinctive design and finishes offers unique well-being experiences in a sauna, steam room, fire room and a meditation room. A Turkish bath / Hamam serves as a secret haven for guests paying for this treatment.

This project is unique in its appearance and constructional complexity in all of Norway and reflects the recent growth and development of the country’s spa industry.

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