Client: Asian Roots

Status: Built

Size: 6,000 sq ft I 0.5 acres

A tranquil sanctuary for holistic treatments in asian traditions, The space is designed in a minimalist palette provide a serene sense of calm and well being. The entry to the spa is through an zen garden with a Japanese dry landscape garden or Karesansui forming the focus of the entry. A bottle palm forms an asymmetrical natural accent to the space. Wooden seats placed on a floating stone bench provide a place for contemplation in this soothing setting. Through the wooden floored reception, one comes to the heart of the spa, a large triple height atrium space. Light floods into the atrium diffused through billowing fabric through a skylight three floors above. The treatment rooms on the ground floor overlook the zen garden providing a connection with nature even in this small urban site. The interior details extend the space of the garden inwards. A glass floor recreates the dry landscape zen garden within the spa. The treatment rooms are highly individualistic and minimalistic while retaining the functional aspects of Thai, Balinese and Malaysian treatments.

Asian Roots Spa, New Delhi

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