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Espacios interiores La superficie interior, de 1.000 m2, se articula en torno a dos patios que iluminan y permiten la adecuada ventilación de la estancia principal, el actual salón de relax. Carlos Serra ha plasmado en él motivos vegetales de grandes dimensiones en papel para revestir las paredes, facilitando la transición al espacio ajardinado del patio interior. Lo ha amueblado con piezas para exteriores de claro estilo modernista, que logran fundirse con la estética del edificio. Y en lo que fuera la capilla de la casa de lactancia, hoy se encuentra el circuito de termas, en el que se combinan duchas, baños, piscinas, calientes, saunas y zonas de masajes y tratamientos. Todo un espacio de bienestar potenciado por un interiorismo que multiplica amablemente su función de transmisor de sensaciones. A large semicircular hall, 200 m2 in size, welcomes 26 spaincontract. Proyecto/Project. Balneario La Alameda those who cross the portico of access to the Alameda Spa. Materials and natural tones, stone and beige, dominate tapestries, carpets and textiles, stand out in a large room for relaxation and rest before or after thermal treatments. Uniqueness of the spa And these hot springs are one of the keys to the spa’s uniqueness, the only urban spa in Spain. It is not a spa, but rather a traditional spa, which is nourished by groundwater with beneficial properties, which flow at 43ºC than 600 meters below ground, in the center of the city. They are reflected in the interior design of Carlos Serra, from Mercader de Indias, who has created “a neutral, relaxed and tranquil environment with curtains of light that evoke the water”. Textile panels with interior lighting delimit the six spaces that harmoniously shape the salon following the curvature of its facade. Serene elegance in a contemporary style for a place of well-being. The reception, in the center of the semicircle, presides over and completes the ambiance with the unpolluted white of its back panel and its lacquered furniture, coordinated with a tea bar. They are pieces designed by Serra, who echoed in his design of pure lines and quadroons the time of the construction of the building: 1908. A historic building Declared to be of cultural interest, it was created under one of the great landmarks of the city: the Regional Exhibition of Valencia in 1909. The event represented an architectural boon from which this building did not esca- Paneles textiles, con iluminación interior, delimitan los espacios de la sala de descanso. Al fondo, barra de té. Textile panels, with interior lighting, delimit the spaces of the rest room. In the background a tea bar.


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