Tamina Thermal Baths is an example of architecture with luxury and modern style which focuses on aspects of beauty in a comfortable garden paradise. Luxurious bathroom is like a house, much like similar to the Roman kings which have extensive space and land to accommodate more people or beautiful concubines, this building stood in loksi Grand Resort in Bad Ragaz, Switzerland.
Seen from the inside, the windows have the effect of over-dimensional image frames. The predominant landscaped design, park like mood remains intact despite the compact manner of structure. Thus the luxury resort remains characterized by its park. The main entrance to the thermal baths, the spa spring hall, is situate on the visual axis of the cul-de-sac in order, from the main road, to mark its presence in the depth of the site as a public facility. The cultural and aesthetic structure characteristic of the project design seeks an affinity to both Swiss tradition and the grand hotels of the Baltic coast. This plan of using explicit resort structural design is underscored in the construction’s officially fanciful oval windows.