来自曼谷的设计事务所Sixseven Studio (67s)日前完成了汤の森温泉和水疗中心的设计――一座全新的城市疗养地，同时提供日式温泉和按摩体验。
Bangkok-based design Sixseven Studio (67s) has completed a new urban retreat; Yunomori Onsen and Spa | Sathorn that offers authentic experiences for both Japanese onsen and Thai massage.
▼建筑外观，exterior view © W Workspace
▼整体轴测，axon © Sixseven Studio
Located in the middle of Bangkok city in Sathorn area, the building consists of 2 parts, which are the renovated old apartment building and the new building, separating the functions of the onsen and spa treatment facilities. The concept of bridging the old building with the new one is inspired by Kintsugi, a Japanese art of repairing broken pottery. The attempt to reflect the concept results in sublime material selections, fusing Japanese minimalist aesthetic with local materials.
The major challenge of this project is the narrow plot in the heart of Bangkok’s CBD. Despite being surrounded by dense tall buildings, 67s offers a design solution by creating a courtyard that allows natural light.
▼连接新旧建筑的庭院，courtyard that bridges the old building with the new © W Workspace
Guests who enter the lobby on the 2nd floor are greeted with the bamboo-formed concrete wall that runs through the whole atrium. The interior design intends to cut off the chaotic outside world. The hallway’s atmosphere fosters peace and relaxation, thanks to the wood veneer flooring and illuminated with concealed light. The designer intentionally puts the lobby next to the lush garden courtyard to create a little surprise for the guests. The courtyard also acts as a buffer area between the two buildings, a common space for both onsen and massage facilities.
▼大厅和接待区域，lobby & reception © W Workspace
▼竹肌理混凝土墙，the bamboo-formed concrete wall © W Workspace
The interior design of the onsen on the 3rd and 4th floor is more simplified, using lighter shades of materials, the uniform rhythm of surfaces, along with natural slate stone and indirect light source. The idea is to gradually change the visitor’s perception of the space, from rough to relaxing, as the guests walk through the space.
▼三层温泉区，onsen area on the 3rd floor © W Workspace
▼四层温泉区，onsen area on the 4th floor © W Workspace
▼蒸汽房，steam room © W Workspace
▼桑拿房，sauna room © W Workspace
▼盥洗区，rest room © W Workspace
The treatment rooms offer more intimate sensibility. An intricate wooden screen with a diffusing acrylic sheet resembles an illuminated sho-ji screen. To ensure the harmony of the atmosphere, 67s uses only light tone wood furniture with neutral color soft finishing, from beige to ivory and gray.
▼水疗区入口，entrance to the treatment rooms © W Workspace
▼按摩室，massage room © W Workspace
▼等候区，waiting area © W Workspace
▼休息区，seating area © W Workspace
▼走廊，corridor © W Workspace
▼更衣室，locker room © W Workspace
On the 1st floor, a restaurant “Happy Rice” sits next to the garden with a seating area surrounded by greenery. An open bar counter which serves light meals and “kakigori” dessert for customers is cladded with Japanese-style chiseled wood texture.
▼餐厅，restaurant © W Workspace
▼户外座位，outdoor seating area © W Workspace
As the guests are approaching the rooftop bar, the bamboo element reappears again. This time it was used to cover the entire ceiling, casting a pleasant effect of dancing light and shadow. The white marble mosaic floor, inspired by the broken ceramic, is the exemplary element that the designer uses to remind us of the Kintsugi art.
▼顶层酒吧区，bar lounge on the top level © W Workspace
▼酒吧露台，outdoor terrace © W Workspace
▼吧台夜景，bar counter night view © W Workspace
▼庭院夜景，courtyard by night © W Workspace
▼2层轴测，axon 2F © Sixseven Studio
▼3层轴测，axon 3F © Sixseven Studio
▼剖面轴测，axon section © Sixseven Studio
Project name: Yunomori Onsen and Spa | Sathorn Branch
Designer: Architect | Sixseven Studio
Interior designer | Sixseven Studio
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Design year & Completion Year: 2018-2020
Lead designer: Pakorn Rattanasuteeranon, Kornkanok Meksilp
Team: Pitiwat Jungaekkawit, Narumon Pandung
Project location: Sathorn soi 10, Bangkok
Gross Built Area (square meters): 3,500
Photo credits: W Workspace
Landscape architect | Tossapon Arunsuraponmatee
Lighting designer | Atelier AT
Clients: Onsen Retreat and Spa co.,ltd.