3 Luxury Spa Design Projects Created By Studio Apostoli – Alberto Apostoli is considered one of the most important architects, designers and trendsetters in the “Wellness” design industry at an international level. He created incredible spa design projects for the best luxury hospitality names in the world!
Founded by Alberto Apostoli, the Studio Apostoli has won many international awards, like the First Prize: Private Swimming Pool (Russia), First Prize: Best Destination SPA – Portopiccolo SPA by Bakel (Italy), First Prize: Most beautiful tourism and leisure pool – “Portopiccolo SPA by Bakel” (France), and the Bronze Award: “Jacuzzi Sasha” (Canada). Alberto Apostoli’s interests extend to various professional fields and aim to redefine the figure of the architect towards more holistic and interdisciplinary objectives. He created the most stunning luxury spa design projects for some of the best boutique hotels in the world and from their wide portfolio we have selected our top 3:
Portopiccolo Spa At Sistiana
Recognized as the second Monte Carlo of the north-east, this five-star hotel houses 460 amenities overlooking the sea. With a luxurious spa design project featuring five salt-water pools, the town of Sistiana gained a brand new 9,000 sqm wellness center with a complete medical spa.
Private Spa in Beijing
This luxury spa design project was inspired by the beauty of Moroccan architecture and culture. The all project features unique wall art that contrasts beautifully with the bespoke furnishings chosen by the interior designer. In the center of the luxury design projects, the leading role goes to the inspiring open fireplace, that adds another sense of luxury to de incredible spa design!
Four Seasons Hotel In Moscow
Opened in 2014, the luxurious Four Season hotel in Moscow is located in the heart of the city, right next to the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. The boutique hotel offers its guests a spa of over 3,000 square meters at the fifth floor of the boutique hotel. Overlooked by a huge skylight, the luxury Spa presented particular difficulties for structural and plant design.