is Brynhildur Guðlaugs
‘ thesis project for his master degree at IAAC
(Barcelona). It dramatizes a bath complex in Iceland’s countryside introducing the importance of synesthesia in architecture by a work on colors and thermal atmospheres.
The project is based on case studies including the Native American sweatlodge, the Japanese onsen, the Russian banya, the Roman baths or Philippe Rahm
‘s interpretation of architecture.
You can access to the whole pdf here
which I recommend in order to appreciate the globality of the work. Continue reading
Institut d’Arquitectura Avançada de Catalunya
location: C/Pujades 102 baixos, Poble Nou, Barcelona (Spain)