The architectural concept of Green Flow Park Hotel & Spa is based on inspiration from nature and its exhilarating perfection. Nature is in the first place in every project of this hotel chain, architecture and design harmoniously complement it.
In the project, it was necessary to interconnect several functional blocks: a hotel, a healing center and a thermal complex. Within each block, it was also necessary to build logical connections, providing guests and staff with the opportunity to comfortably move around the complex. The multifunctional complex developed along the coast continues with a park.
The elongated shape of the site and a large number of functional blocks determined the shape of the building. To prevent it from looking monotonous, we visually divided it into several facades with the help of various materials for finishing the facade. The decoration uses wood and concrete textures, which are in good harmony with each other and do not argue with the natural environment.
One of the points of attraction on the territory of the hotel is the thermal complex.
It is intended to become a space for "moral and physical transformation" of the guest. At the location of the thermal center, the site expands slightly, this allowed us to create a curvature of the building and form a courtyard with an outdoor heated pool and saunas.
Between the high facade lamellas, metaphorically representing a forest, there are tall stained-glass windows that let in a lot of natural light into the interior space and provide magnificent views of the Baikal lake.
The interiors are a logical continuation of the facade concept - a discreet dialogue between wood and concrete.
For recreation and entertainment of the visitors, there are various sites along the lake shore: a real temazcal, outdoor exercise sites among trees overlooking the Baikal lake, recreation areas with objects in the form of ethnic totems made from local materials, creating the atmosphere of an art park.
On the projected site, wooden blockhouses were already located, those will house a children's center and a restaurant. Using geoplastics, we combined the two buildings with a playground located between them, thereby creating a small relief on a flat area.
The design of the site is naturalistic, natural, organically integrated into the surroundings. The picturesque surface of the blockhouses has become a spectacular backdrop for the interiors.
In the landscaping we use sawn and gravel coverings, we decorate the spaces with boulders. To better appreciate the view of the lake, it is enough to go up to the observation deck, made in the form of a staircase leading upwards with a panoramic balcony at the top. In order to organize seasonal fairs, the concept provides for an area with pavilions, located in an arc that forms a fairground.
Using different textures of concrete, complementing the interiors with original decorative elements, we conceptually following the principle of restraint and asceticism, create a variety of spaces. We make semantic accents of the interior, such as client areas, cozy and expressive, using decor made from natural materials, giving the areas an authentic look. Concrete and wood are the backdrop for the design elements.
On the ground floor of the hotel there is a lobby and a restaurant, while the next floors are occupied by residential units. Part of the building's facade along the lake on the ground floor is completely made with stained glass, revealing a magnificent view of the Baikal lake. The accent in the interior is on the views from the panoramic windows, complemented by ethnic details in the minimalist aesthetics of the rooms.
In addition to the hotel for 150 units, in the forest zone there are separately standing bungalows for families. They are positioned in such a way that each has a view of the lake. The discreet, austere form with a pitched roof in wood and metal finishes is complemented by a panoramic stained-glass window on two floors.