Paul Schütze - The Thermal Baths At Vals album FLAC
- Performer: Paul Schütze
- Title: The Thermal Baths At Vals
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: MP4 VOC DTS VQF AAC AHX AC3
- Style: Abstract, Experimental
- MP3 album: 1434 mb
- FLAC album: 1535 mb
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 316
The 7132 Vals thermal baths within the 7132 Spa Hotel in Switzerland are the perfect place to unwind from daily life. Book a night at the 7132 Hotel now and make the most of a special opportunity: the thermal baths are open exclusively to hotel guests every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 11 . Always up to date with the newsletter.
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Therme Vals is the hotel/spa complex in Vals, built over the only thermal springs in the Graubünden canton in Switzerland. Completed in 1996, the project was designed by Peter Zumthor, winner of the 2009 Pritzker Architecture Prize. In the 1960s a German property developer, Karl Kurt Vorlop, built a hotel complex with over 1,000 beds to take advantage of the naturally occurring thermal springs and the source, which provides the water for Valser mineral water, sold throughout Switzerland
These photographs by photographer Fernando Guerra offer a tour of Peter Zumthor's thermal baths at Vals, which celebrate their 20th anniversary this year. Completed in 1996, Therme Vals is widely regarded as one of the most important projects of Swiss architect Zumthor, whose accolades include the Pritzker Prize and the Royal Gold Medal. Built over the only thermal springs in Switzerland's Graubünden Canton, the hotel and spa is celebrated for offering a sensory experience of hot and cold, light and shadow, and materiality. The building is partially submerged into the hillside and is covered by a grass roof, making it almost invisible from behind.
The thermal baths in Vals, designed by Peter Zumthor, are a place of pure relaxation. Made from 60,000 slabs of Vals quartzite, the thermal baths were classified as a listed building shortly after completion. The unique atmosphere and the highly mineralised water that comes out of St. Peter’s spring at a pleasant 30° Celsius makes the time you spend in the baths a deeply relaxing experience. Especially if you treat yourself to a revitalising ESPA treatment at our spa. About ESPA. The strength of the luxury ESPA products lies in the natural active ingredients that have been selected for their effect and therapeutic quality.
Between 1993 and 1996, the thermal baths and the spa were constructed as an extension of the hotel already existing since 1970. The insertion of the baths in the strong unevenness of the land where the hotel is, allows the project rooftop to be an extension of the valley. This arrangement creates in the thermal baths an atmosphere of park, that is obtained thanks to the introduction of natural plantations, at the same time as an atmosphere of artificiality due to the rectangular arrangement of the roofs. The Thermal Baths in Vals by Peter Zumthor
The first snow of the season snarls.
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|1-A||I -The Surface Of The Eye||1:26|
|1-B||II -The Surface Of The Eye||0:30|
|2-A||I - The Skin Of The Face And Neck||1:15|
|2-B||II - The Skin Of The Face And Neck||0:30|
|3-A||I - The Head, The Soles Of The Feet, An Arm||1:27|
|3-B||II - The Head, The Soles Of The Feet, An Arm||0:30|
|4-A||I - The Palms Of Both Hands||1:41|
|4-B||II - The Palms Of Both Hands||0:30|
|5-A||I - The Breath||1:12|
|5-B||II - The Breath||0:30|
- Other [Architect] – Peter Zumthor
- Photography – Christian Lichtenberg
NotesAs with the Jantar Mantar project (Second Site) I want to evoke the physical
and poetic presence of this site using sound and spoken text.
Peter Zumthor's work is distinguished by his exemplary use of materials and
I have attempted to draw analogies between the ways in which our memories
of touch and sound connect to the sense presence of complex man made spaces.
I am also interested in the parallels between the internal organisation of
thoughts and sensations and the external experience of moving through
The end product of this process is both a stereo recording and a more
complex split channel version made to be installed within another space.
The idea being to superimpose the presence of the first space within the volumes
of another unrelated space. The "libretto" contained within both of these works
will be published along (I hope) with some notes by and an interview
with the architect. It is my intention when installing
this work within another space to incorporate video material generated
at the site as well as still images. The design of the installation will also
try to reinforce the experience of the original space.