IDW Esperanza Resort by Eglė Truskauskienė & Rasa Miliūnaitė, Vilnius – Lithuania

October 1st, 2016 by retail design blog

IDW Esperanza Resort – a luxurious country club – a special place for special people. In this place you can easily feel the privileges designed only for you: you can originally escape from the bustle of the city, you can inhale true nature, and thus enjoy an environmental-friendly and modern comfort. Attentive hosts are taking care of the smallest details and you can sometimes feel that they are ready to stop the time…

For this 5 star rated hotel, which belongs to the Small Luxury Hotel chain, a new and modern 500 square metres SPA complex has been designed. The architectural idea of the new SPA centre – the archetype of the beginning of the XX century, the concept of a beautiful life conveyed through modern means. The interior has been designed by cinematographic means.

It seems like small entertainment scenes are arranged into one American screenplay. The technologies of the modern house, in the modern interior, open the doors of art deco style behind which you might be greeted by Gatsby in person. Technologies in every room allow to create the scenes of microclimate – performed by a certain procedure – a certain heat, humidity, sound and light balance.

At the hairdresser’s/ barber’s a classical safety razor chair awaits you, where even the American president has his shave done. The layout and equipment issues of this area were consulted by the Japanese specialists. The suns of the jewellery type doors are repeated on bra lights on the walls. Follow them and you will move from the procedure of cloud lightness to the Sahara sand or warm water waterfall.

Scenes have been created with the help of equipment from well-known manufacturers KLAFS and Gharieni SPA, which are used by the world’s best hotels. In Lithuania this equipment is innovation, some of it have a limited production. For example, to enjoy the cloud procedure one does not need to fly to Maldives or the United Arab Emirates.

Although the interior is cinematographic, but the luxury is not about decorations. Here all the best and highest quality materials are assembled. SPA reception has been covered with 24 carat gold. In the swimming pool one can find a handmade mosaic, which manufacturing tradition dates back to the period of Byzantine decorations. Furniture has been made by well-known manufacturers – Baxter and B&B italia, decor by Tom Dixon.

All the solutions are copyright, unique. Most of the details – jewellery type – handmade. Solutions have been possible to realise just because the corporate group owns the factory IDW metawood which is a world-class standard and meets the latest technologies.

Design: Egle Truskauskiene & Rasa Miliunaite-Janeniene
Photography: Drazos Christos

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