WIN Awards highlights 2022: Spas and health clubs

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SILVER: Changqing Xuelinfu Community Activity Center, Yicaidesign

FINALIST: Aura Skypool, Kokaistudios

Here, water meets sky at the world’s highest wrap-around infinity pool boasting spectacular views across the Dubai skyline.  Despite its ultra-urban location at the top of the Palm Tower skyscraper on the man-made Jumeirah archipelago, the interior’s design takes cues from the natural world.

This branch of Heyuan City Library in China brings culture to this very young city. The project is designed with eco values in mind and takes designs cues from clear air, pure water and the four distinct seasons.

While the spa is located on the open second basement floor,  this less than desirable location is used to the project’s advantage – creating a ‘rabbit hole’ entrance effect.

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The WIN Awards 2022 in this category attracted high calibre entries from around the world. Here’s the lowdown on the top prize winners:

Nestled in the heart of China’s Shanghai, this dream-like spa is styled with quiet and relaxing hues.

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The multi-activity centre is one of the complementary services offered by Chinese real estate developer Jinke Real Estate. The Shanghai-based centre covers an area of 492 square meters and is located on the basement level of the commercial space. There is sections for reading, fitness, games and yoga.

GOLD:’ Green massage’ Shanghai Madang Road, Vermilion Zhou Design Group

FINALIST: Starry Sky Town, C&C Design Co