Universe Themed Spa by PAL Design



It’s very nice to have the time to relax every now and then. Keeping this in mind we would like to present you a soothing spa located inside an apartment estate in Chengdu, China. The Oasis Club designed by PAL Design is a contemporary approach for its theme presentation.

The design of this amazing spa is very interesting due to the big amount of curve lines and brilliant colors, such as yellow, blue, orange and green. Moreover it combines modern suites of privacy, utter luxury and a sense of being in a universe theme park.

At the reception of the spa, purple dots are decorated with bright white features to express its clean design. Furthermore, the pathway from the main entrance leads you to explore the core of the shell. You can see a central locker area designed with black and white locker boxes. Another amazing feature is an oval-shaped mini swimming pool.

The Oasis Club provides 16 spa treatment rooms for soul and body juvenescence. The top floor is a VIP zone that has 8 luxurious spa treatment rooms for exclusive guests only. Each room houses a mini theater, jacuzzi, sauna and steam room.

As you can see this little slice of heaven is a reality. It aims to create a private relaxation with its mosaic shell and pebble stone.


Published by in Interiors, on August 8th, 2011

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