HOTEL CARACALA SPA
The total constructed area of buildable computable purposes is 1,200 M².
Water and life, a luxury for the senses and body. Caracalla Spa provides a sense of fulfilment gained through a well-defined architecture.
It maximizes the sensory perceptions and the possibilities of pleasure. Every detail refers to the benefits of enjoyment, a tradition related to leisure and health. All encased in a modern virtuous design and elegant in the story.
SYNOPSIS PROJECT BY THE ARCHITECTS IN MALAGA:
Caracalla Spa in Mijas, Malaga, is a project in which every detail pursues an architecture oriented to feelings, to enhance the senses and enjoy the environment of the place. A building with this concept must be well developed from the point of view of the interior design, and in this case it is so.
The architects in Mijas have worked with a particular emphasis on the entrance of natural light in every room, every open space on each façade has it reason. In addition to the perfectly operation of the building, you cannot lose sight of its excellent integration with the environment. A very particular area characterized by the existence of La Cala golf course .
The architectural design firm in Malaga works in this project with the concept of commercial architecture and knows that the image of the complex should seduce customers, get their attention and invite them to come to enjoy its charms.
The building also adapts smoothly to a land with a steep slope, taking advantage of this difference in height, peers into the landscape with elegant slightly curved shaped terraces.
The complex in Mijas is full of paths covered with wooden pergolas that with the effect of the sun give interesting shadows to the façade, filling it with motion.
This type of architecture is full of features and stylistic details of the traditional architecture of Malaga province and in any case quarrels with modernity and the most contemporary look.
This project is located in Mijas on the Costa del Sol is one of many made by these architects in Malaga, Spain and Morocco.