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also 4,000K, which are aimed at a large custom parabolic reflector that generates a ‘light column’ through the bottom glass of the pool and the water. Te perimeter nooks at the edge of the pool have hydrotherapy nozzles and underwater benches. In contrast to the cool blue of the pool sphere, these are set in gold. Here, the lighting is discreet and atmospheric thanks to warm tones (2,500K) and low-level linear lighting integrated in small sections.


On the same level, there is also the tepidarium, the hammam and other wellness facilities such as the sauna and steam room, which continue in a similar way on the next floor. Te tepidarium walls are covered with mosaic tiles and recliners with a colour palette that sits between grey, sand and brown. Flexible 3,000K LED luminaires are used in the perimeter cove to light the wall surfaces in order to achieve an apparent brightness while keeping the actual light levels low.


Te architecture of the hammam is based on traditional Byzantine baths. Above the central treatment podium, there are tubular lights with frosted glass diffusers in the ceiling, which work with a fibre optic system using 2,700K and 4,000K projectors. A similar fibre optic system was also used for the steam room, concentrating the light in the centre of the space, and allowing the perimeter relaxing


bench some ‘privacy’. Te surrounding rest areas of the hammam are characterised by a soft, indirect light. For special therapy areas such as the sauna or the salt room, we relied on vertical lighting, integrated into the architecture and interior details, accompanied by discreet highlights.


Te guest reaches the climax of the transformative journey on the top floor, in the yoga and meditation rooms, where a panoramic view of the valley opens up. Te visitor changes from the microcosm designed with light back to the sun or the night sky of nature.


Te lighting design for the Euphoria Retreat also includes the suites, the front of house areas, the Gaia restaurant and the surrounding landscape, including the street lighting in front of the complex. A total of 12 special luminaires were created by the lighting team to realise the design concept for all client areas, both aesthetically and technically – down to the last detail. Low levels of illumination, tone contrast and detailing integrated seamlessly with the architecture characterise the scheme throughout. Light, and the design and manipulation of it, is a silent protagonist that hides and reveals elements, draws guests to one area or another, and plays with human senses. aslight.eu


Clockwise The plunge pool sits at the base of the building; the tepidarium, decorated with mosaics, where the luminaires are subtle and the lighting low; fibre optic lighting is diffused in the steam room to allow for privacy on the perimeter benches; another wellness room, with lighting designed to ease and relax guests into a paradisical bliss


MARGARITA NIKITAKI


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