Teaming existing rock with modern fittings, Italian architect Alberto Apostoli plays with a profusion of ideas for Atrium Spa & Beaute, ensconced in a basement in Macon, France
A curved corridor leads to the wet zone featuring a Finnish sauna and steam bath on one side, and to a treatment area on the other side
In the couple’s treatment room beds by Italian company Lemi create the ideal refuge
From the lighting to customised furniture, the result reflects a mix of pre-existing stone and contemporary materials, managed through a thoughtful creative process
The wet area features tiles by Atlas Concorde and mosaics by Sicis to make an imposing backdrop.
Photographs by Alexandre Montagne courtesy Alberto Apostoli - Architecture & Design