Spa Design Interiors
The vertical proportions of the Leimenstrasse Apartments give way to a series of expansive, panoramic windows on the rear façade that frame views of the garden, large trees, and silhouettes of Basel’s church spires beyond. Rooms on this side are light filled and airy, featuring local tiles and sustainably grown timber to bring warmth and texture to each space. (Image by: Rasem Kamal)
La Muna's deliberate material choices are a tribute to their surroundings among mountains and forests. In this spa-like bathroom, raw, textural wood is a counterpoint to smooth, sculptural concrete, while a towering window brings in natural light and creates the ultimate tub-side view. Image by Laziz Hamani; Architect of Record: Hendrix Architects
Designed around three courtyards—an entry court, an impluvium, and a garden court—outdoor spaces form part of the interior experience at our House in a Jungle to expand and extend views to the site edges. The Roman-inspired impluvium is at the heart of the house, with an open skylight, central pool of water, and entry to various family rooms around its perimeter.