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GUIDE SpaEXPERT european THE NO.1 MAGAZINE FOR SPA AND WELLNESS THERMARIUM


Operating worldwide, Thermarium is a leading supplier of turn-key spa services and products. Services include consulting, feasibility studies, interior design, engineering, custom-made spa products, spa set-up and operational management.


Panoramahotel Oberjoch, Germany TOP TIPS


Be accurate Accurate business and conceptual planning are essential to ensure that the most appropriate thermal amenities are created


Marry design and engineering Design and engineering should be sourced from the same supplier to ensure the mechanical and electrical installations match the design


Choose your experience Ensure your supplier totally understands all your requirements


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What makes Thermarium unique? For each client, Thermarium off ers a custom-made design which is both unique and state-of-the-art. We always use high-end products to guarantee longevity and sustainability for all of our equipment. We manufacture all of our products in our Austrian factory, and are consequently able to provide comprehensive management services, ensuring that all parts leaving our factory are perfectly fi tted.


Why are heat experiences important to the spa journey? It’s absolutely fundamental that spas integrate thermal amenities into the spa journey. Heat experiences are the very heart of the spa journey and, if used correctly, bring undeniable health benefi ts. We highly recommend that spas provide guests with the necessary guidance so they can achieve the best benefi ts from using the thermal amenities.


What key factors should be considered when installing a heat experience? Most important of all is a deliberate, conceptual design of the area. A spa is a very intricate space where a designer has to consider the fl ow and wellbeing


aspects of the layout, as well as allowing room to house all the technical equipment and services.


How important is style and design, and how do you balance functionality with aesthetics? Style and design has become more and more important in the last couple of years and these need balancing with the practical needs of our customers. Most important for us is functionality as this is what the guest feels in the end. If a fancy design is not functional, we try to fi nd a compromise to make it functional without losing the aesthetic aspect.


Which recent projects are you most proud of and why? We couldn’t possibly pick one installation – we are very proud of all of our projects, no matter if it is a private customer, a cruise liner or a hotel spa.


What new trends have you seen emerging? There has been a noticeable trend towards preventative health and wellbeing – from an increase in the number of products available, to a whole range of new services and programmes that are dedicated to this area of wellness.


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Thermarium


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