Exclusive Bühlerhöhe region in Germany, Baden-Baden. In the Schwarzwald Forest National Park, on the Kolberg rocks, in 1912 designed by the architect Vilhelm Kreis as a health resort, the Bühlerhöhe never functioned as intended. In 1920-2010 the hotel took place. The aim of the renovation of the building, which exclusively represents the architecture of the castle, is to manage the eclecticism of the annexes and styles that have emerged over time and to establish a high-level spa center.
The left building of the castle’s auxiliary premises, which offers spectacular mountain panoramas is chosen for development. The arcades typical of ancient Roman viaducts and thermal baths are purposefully extended throughout the façade. The axis of the complex is highlighted by a covered terrace with pools, reminiscent of the 19th . common crystalline structures.
The solution of lightweight transparent constructionis chose for reconstrution. Glass curtain facade enables to observe unique landscape of mountains.
Ground floor arcade facade perimeter extension of the historic castle cues
The natural light plays vital role in recreational SPA spaces.