The wellness centre Berg Oase stands next to the five-star Tschuggen Grand Hotel, in a natural basin surrounded by a forest. The choice to place most of the building underground was a way to reduce the surface above ground, to preserve an extraordinary part of the landscape and to establish a respectful relationship with the nearby village.
▼森林环绕的自然盆地之中的健康中心，wellness centre in a natural basin surrounded by a forest
▼白雪皑皑环境之中的健康中心，wellness centre in a snowy environment
Nine large skylights made of titanium zinc and glass emerge from the ground and represent the only signs of the hypogeal construction, which, if built on the surface, would have altered the relationship with the landscape. The choice of affecting the territory as little as possible led to the reduction of the excavation works, adapting the disposition of the spaces to the natural layout of the mountain.
▼钛锌与玻璃构造的巨大天窗结构从地面冒出，作为地下部分唯一的标识，large skylights made of titanium zinc and glass emerge from the ground and represent the only signs of the hypogeal construction
The wellness centre spreads over four levels visually linked to each other. On the first level are the fitness facilities, the technical rooms and the entry for the external guests; on the second level are the cabins for beauty treatment. The third level represents the entrance level connected to the hotel via a glass bridge. Here there are the reception, guest cloakrooms, and the “sauna world”. The fourth level houses the “water world”. The exterior sauna, solarium, and swimming pool are on a large terracing in direct relationship with nature.
▼玻璃桥连接健康中心与酒店， entrance level connected to the hotel via a glass bridge
▼设置有接待台、客用衣帽间和“桑拿世界”的空间，space with reception, guest cloakrooms, and the “sauna world”
▼设施齐全的舒适空间，comfortable space with functional facilities
▼三角形天窗与天花板营造沉浸式的空间体验，triangular skylights and ceilings create immersive spatial experience
▼水池及山体般的墙面细节，water pool and hill-like wall detail
The aim of the project ensures not only the enjoyment of body treatments, but also an emotional experience that combines the sense of contemplation and protection with the perception and the sharing of nature.
▼地下一层平面，first underground plan
▼二层平面，second floor plan
Wellness centre Tschuggen Berg Oase,
Arosa, Switzerland, 2003-2006
Client: AG Grandhotel Tschuggen, Arosa
Partner: Gian Fanzun AG
Useful surface: 5.300 m2
Volume: 27.000 m3