*터키 스파 [ GAD Architecture ] Eskisehir Hotel and Spa

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오랜시간 중첩된 시간의 레이어가 공존하는 곳, Eskisehir 호텔, 스파는 지역적 유산을 고스란히 공간에 투영하며 이곳을 이용하는 고객들에게 공간을 통한 간접 체험을 제공한다. 사실 이번 프로젝트의 시작은 이 지역의 유명한 온천수로 부터 받은 영감과 영향을 통해 해마다 온천욕을 위해 증가하는 관광객들을 위한 시설로 제안되었다. (몇해전부터 인가 이곳 온천수가 심신의 치료와 안정에 효과를 나타낸다는 소문이 퍼지면서 유명한 관광지가 되었다.) 그리고 이러한 건축환경은 기존 역사적 텍스쳐와 Odunpazari 지역건축의 현대적인 재해석을 통한 주변환경과의 공존을 원칙으로 자연경관 속에 자리한다. 건물의 배치는 스파와 건강증진센터를 중심부에 배치시키며 그 둘레로 고객들의 객실을 배치시킨다. 대지의 온천수 및 지열은 건축물을 운영하는 주요한 에너지원으로 지속가능한 건축환경을 확보하도록 도와준다. 지붕구조물의 지붕 (스파의 상부)은 수영장, 수영장 데크, 선베스 테라스로 구성되며 천장 및 돔을 통해 자연채광을 내부 스파 공간으로 유입시킨다. 이를 통해 구현된 스파 내부는 심신의 안정 및 치료 뿐만아니라 지역적 텍스쳐를 느낄 수 있는 힐링 스페이스로 제공된다.


reviewed by SJ,오사


The city’s trademark is Porsuk River and sepiolite; which the city is quite rich with. Eskisehir has a rich, layered historical background thanks to its multiple former governments; including big civilisations such as Hittites, Phrygia, Alexandria, Rome, Byzantium, Anatolia Seljuk, and Ottoman Empire. Especially Odunpazari region has a great tourism potential with its untouched historical texture.




Architects: GAD Architecture
Location: /Eskisehir, Turkey
Project Coordinator: Nesime Önel
Design Team: Ertugrul Morcol,Carlos Valderama, Gizem Kiroglu,Omer Karaer,Durak Arıkan, Ayşegül Altuğ,Derya Arpac,Mehmet Baykara, Asli Genc,Muge Tan
Area: 45000.0 sqm
Photographs: Courtesy of GAD Architecture


The project was highly influenced and inspired from Eskisehir’s thermal water resources. For years, the locals have believed that the hot water had healing features and it would improve the health of anyone who rested in the water for a while; which ultimately called for an increase in the attention the local and foreigner visitors paid in the region. This rapid increase in tourism potential pointed to a need for a luxurious accommodation for both Turkish and foreign tourists.

The project is a modern interpretation of Odunpazari’s vernacular architecture and existing historical texture. The site plan is formed after a careful consideration of the existing trees’ positions in order to minimise the damage to the site. The complex includes a spa and wellness centre in the middle, and accommodation units on the perimeter. There is also a hotel, a wedding venue, and guest bungalows located in a hillside pine forest. The project site makes a perfect thermal spa location since it is extremely close to the geothermal water source. The spa and wellness centre is buried in the ground in order to benefit from the land’s geothermal features. The roof of the underground structure has the pools, pool decks and sunbath terrace. The domes placed in the pools work as roof-lights to allow natural daylight inside. The penetrating filtered light in the spa creates the illusion of a traditional hamam under a dome.

The resort is built around the spa, which comprises the core and centre of the building. It is no coincidence that Eskisehir Spa & Thermal Hotel is located here: The idea of the Eskisehir Spa & Thermal Hotel was conceived to use this natural resource for spa. The spa is coupled with earth, taking advantage of the site’s geothermal features. The hotel is tiered following the natural topography and revolves around the spa in order to provide easy access to all of the hotel guests. The wedding venue is designed as a separate function from the hotel.

The project touches on the sustainable design aspects by making use of wind and solar energy. The geothermal energy is not used only in the spas, but also for the space heating during cold seasons, via a geothermal heat pump system.

The property embraces the fundamental waste mitigation concept of “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.” Any kind of recyclables are collected throughout the complex, including cardboard, plastic bottles, glass bottles, steel and aluminium cans, office paper, newspaper, fluorescent light bulbs, cooking oil, toner cartridges, batteries, pallets and crates.



from  archdaily


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