THERMAL BATHS : borderline

Name
Anna Stempniewicz
Education degree
Master
School
School of Architecture
Study programme
Architecture and Extreme Environments
Year
2016

The proposal consists of a series of thermal baths and an art gallery located on the coast of the Vejle Fjord in Denmark. 

 The aim of the project is to investigate the relationship between the ‘natural’, the ‘man-made’ and the ‘metaphor’. The main focus is to challenge diverse spatial qualities to activate a sensuous experience in the human body. The project is meant to investigate the nature of 'borderline,' a consciousness and awareness of form and non-form deriving from an intensification of vision.

POETIC IMAGE OF THE ENTRANCE UNDERLINED BY SUSPENDED ROOF STRUCTURE
COMMON RELAXING SPACE
SITE PLAN
VEJLE FJORD SKYTTEHUSHAVEN
4 TYPES OF BATHS
MUD BATH CONCEPT
MEADOW BATH: BLURRED BORDERLINE BETWEEN 'NATURAL' AND 'MAN MADE'
MEADOW BATH SECTION
CONNECTION BETWEEN HAMMAM BATHS & THE CAVE, A NATURAL PHENOMENON
CAVE BATH SECTION: INSIDE & OUTSIDE
CAVE: DIVERSITY OF SCALES AND LAYERS
SPATIAL QUALITIES OF NATURE
WELL HERBAL&GALLERY BATH
ENDLESS DIMENSION
ENDLESS IMAGINATION
TOWER STEAM BATH: THE INTERVALS OF SENSUOUS EXPERIENCE
PLAN