*미니멀 스파 디자인 Lemay Michaud designs minimal Strøm Nordic Spa in Quebec City

주변 자연환경과 조화를 이루는 가장 미니멀한 디자인을 적용합니다. 작은 개입으로 전체 조화를 고려합니다.

Saint Lawrence강이 내려다 보이는 스파의 지리적 특징 덕분에 내부에 자리한 각종 시설물에서 전망 좋은 풍경을 감상할 수 있습니다.

외장재의 적용된 회색 판넬과 콘크리트의 물성의 차가움 대신, 내부는 공간을 밝게 전달하는 나무를 적용하여 사용자에게 편안한 안식과 휴식을 제공하게 됩니다.



Visitors to this spa in Quebec, which was designed by Canadian firm Lemay Michaud, can enjoy views of the Saint Lawrence River from its pools, waterfalls, hot tubs and sauna.


The local architecture studio designed Strøm Nordic Spa, or Strøm Spa Nordique, to reference the hues of Quebec's rugged landscape, which undergoes extreme freezes during the winter, as well as the grey hues of the nearby Saint Lawrence River.

It comprises four volumes that appear to protrude from the land at the front of the property, and then descend into terraced gardens and pools with offer views of St Lawrence River at the rear.

Each is formed from stone, steel and glass to create a dark exterior that matches the landscape of the surrounding two-acre (0.8-hectare) property.

"We aimed for a minimalist, pared-back and relatively monochromatic architectural style that blends harmoniously into its environment," said Lemay Michaud partner architect.

"The rectangular volumes of the various spaces are designed to complement existing natural landforms, superimposing and intersecting to create a multifaceted yet minimalistic architectural ensemble," he added.

Wood details are used throughout the  32,000-square-foot (2972-square-metre) spa, particularly in an outdoor lounge area and in the lobby. The natural material is intended to soften the overall design, and also relates to the prolific amount of timber indigenous to Canada.

Designers: LemayMichaud; Érika Marcil, Project manager interior design, Strøm Nordic Spa

Project manager: Joël-Simon Gélinas, Director of Construction and Development, Strøm Nordic Spa

Collaborators: L'Intendant; Ambioner; Terralpha; Cima+; Soucy Aquatik


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