The Amospring relaxation therapy center is a place where you can escape from the frenetic pace of the capital, feel yourself in nature and relax with the help of the latest technologies.
First, the guests enter the lobby and see the highlight — the wall behind the reception. Rectangular gypsum blocks of different lengths are arranged from top to bottom, with flashlights on some of them. They resemble a bit the image of a willow that bends its branches over the water. Also, it is made for visual comfort — hide the corners of the room and smooth the wall by adding curved lines to the interior. We used natural materials or materials associated with nature to decorate the premises.
As you walk down the corridor, you can see the frosted glass doors, allowing natural light to enter the room, while maintaining privacy. In addition to the tree in the corridor, there is wallpaper with the image of copper tubes, which add texture, and the wall lamps become almost invisible against their background. The floor is carpeted, which makes movement in the corridor quiet and comfortable for visitors.
The guest's next stop is the consultation room for meeting with the doctor. There are no distractions in this room. The mirror panel at the back visually expands the room.
The main element of the relaxation center is an egg-shaped capsule that induces relaxation with the help of visual and sound stimulation. The accent element of this room is a lamp from the Dutch brand, which consists of a large number of fiber optic filaments that can be programmed for different lighting patterns.
The after-relax room is decorated with panels of stabilized moss and a reduced version of the wall from the reception. Here the guests return to reality after a relaxation session.
Inspired by nature, we created an interior that is natural and futuristic at the same time, which resonates with the purpose of this place — a break from the city.