A few kilometers from Moscow, surrounded by the greenery of a private forest, this spa designed by architects Vismara and Viganò of Studio D73, covers 1,200 square meters and is a compendium of design Made in Italy. Entirely built by glass, the Spa is part of a complex which counts a total of 5,000 square metres, including a wellness area, a multilevel car park and a villa, all belonging to the same client.
Technology and nature merge, and the Made in Italy, with its products and its companies involved, act as the leitmotif. An infinity swimming pool, completely covered in steel and surrounded by carbon walls, allows the outside wood to flow in through the enormous glass wall. The result is a sense of absolute silence and contact with external nature which is reflected in the water. The play of colors created thanks to the LED screen above the pool, gives an even more unique feeling of well-being within the complex: the Flos USO recessed lamps, in different colors, enhance the carbon wall surrounding the pool, while the side LED cuts lead the visitor’s gaze towards nature outside. From the infinity edge, the water slides on the front wall of the pool and acts as a backdrop to the lounge area below, furnished with Gervasoni chairs and enlightened by the K-Tribe and Superarchimoon by Flos. The pool level leads to the wellness area, which is more cosy and intimate: walls covered with Lembo by Lithos design guide us to the Turkish bath, covered with Trend mosaic, to the sauna and then to the ice fountains, cooling down showers and water paradise. On the ground floor, the building houses massage cabins, a relax room complete with Sha lounge chairs and a fitness area.