Salon spa design is completed designed by the designer Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA). They have completed designed a spa design called the ESPA. ESPA Spa is a salon and spa which designed on the 116th and 118th floors of the Ritz-Carlton which is based in Hongkong.
The architect, Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA), have finished designed the highest spa in the world located on the 116th and 118th floors of the Ritz-Carlton in Hongkong. This high location creating an urban escape in the skies and making this spa is the focal point of the city’s skyline and the jewel atop Hongkong’s crown of lights.
This spa which covers area for about 10,000 square foot has the unique opportunity to view the Hongkong from above including the exquisite views of Victoria Harbor, Hongkong Island and the New Territories.
Salon Spa Design Interior
The spa called the Ritz-Carlton Spa by ESPA is more 1,000 feet above the frenetic streets of Hongkong. Yet totally insulated from the hustle and bustle below, the visitors simultaneously feet attached to the city with the breathtaking views.
HBA, the spa designer, planned the spaces without any sharp corners; it is intended to allow the visitors for feel ‘cocooned among the clouds’. All of the edges are rounded and the walls themselves are curved as in a protective embrace.
Ian Carr, the HBA Principal said that the spa’s height is provided the HBA’s concept inspiration. The designer chose to make a spa cocooned and protected in the clouds intended to create a sanctuary of softness in a high and manic place. The silkworm’s cocoon is a soft, white pillow of the finely spun silk which making it an ideal metaphor for the spa, a place of the peaceful, protected transformation.
Visit the Hirsch Bedner Associates website – here.