ESPA
Ken Hayden
ESPA
Apr 05, 2012
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ESPA_01 ESPA_01 The VIP treatment area features a wide seat suspended from the ceiling. 

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ESPA_02 ESPA_02 A geometric pattern based on Islamic motifs embellishes the lobby floors. 

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ESPA_03 ESPA_03 Backlit perforated metal cornices produce intricate light patterns on the ceiling. 

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ESPA_04 ESPA_04 Inspired by Turkish metalwork, the designers incorporated cast-bronze sinks. 

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ESPA_05 ESPA_05 Panels of milky acrylic with sand have a glowing alabaster look, creating the illusion that daylight is penetrating the subterranean space. 

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ESPA_06 ESPA_06 Thought to have healing properties, crystals form a curtain in the reception area. 

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ESPA_07 ESPA_07 Programmed adjustable lighting in the treatment rooms helps guests ease into and out of relaxation mode. 

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ESPA_08 ESPA_08  Faceted cornices pay homage to the traditionally high ceilings of hammams.

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ESPA_09 ESPA_09 A combination of chocolate brown and shimmery bronze, as well as a faux fireplace with pillar candles, creates an intimate, welcoming space within the spa cafe. 

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ESPA_10 ESPA_10 Rain showers bring a modern luxury element to the spa. 

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ESPA_11 ESPA_11 Sculptural millwork transforms ordinary lockers. 

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ESPA_12 ESPA_12 From the moment clients enter the reception zone, they embark on an experience shaped by a dark palette and sculptural walls. 

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