5* superior wellness Resort Der Öschberghof

14 april
Following the modernization and expansion of the Öschberghof Resort, the public areas were the focus of the lighting design. With only three formally compatible product families that are as calm and clear as the architecture, Notholt Lighting Design, in close cooperation with the architects and interior designers, succeeded in providing the basic and accent lighting for the entire resort.

Karl Albrecht chose an enchanting spot on earth when he bought a golf course near the central warehouse of his company Aldi Süd in the Black Forest Baar district in 1976. On the large area on the outskirts of Donaueschingen, the view sweeps over the gently undulating, lush green landscape, which now offers 45 holes with three golf courses. Initially, the passionate golfer only wanted to expand the modest clubhouse a little, but then a hotel with 73 rooms and bathing facilities was created, which as a four-star resort quickly attracted numerous guests. 30 years later, the 86-year-old entrepreneur had the bathing complex expanded into a remarkable spa with a 25-meter pool.

In the course of the decades, the constant expansion of the resort had resulted in a confusing building organization, whose long development paths required personnel-intensive processes. As the ensemble was to continue to grow, a new structure based on a clearly defined organizational principle was required. The considerable task of expansion and modernization, with a total of 35,000 square meters of gross floor area, was placed in the hands of Munich architects Allmann Sattler Wappner following an appraisal procedure.  Among other things, their design was based on the discreet existing buildings, with the sensitive fusion of architecture and open space and professional logistics.
Thus the hotel, which has now advanced to become a five-star superior golf and wellness resort, is characterized by the awareness and appreciation of regional, traditional architecture as well as careful handling of the preserved but completely gutted existing buildings. This was supplemented by further buildings, rhythmically staggered in positioning and height, which are sensitively integrated into the landscape in a sensitive way. The integration of the open space into the building ensemble - an essential part of the design - was achieved by means of terraces and an infinity outdoor pool in front of the swimming pool. Symbiotically linked to the buildings, these new construction elements clearly set themselves apart from the landscape space.

If you approach the ensemble, you might think - in the sense of the concept, which quotes the archetype of a farmstead consisting of individual and grouped gabled roof houses - that you will find one. But then there is the attractive light, which flows towards the visitor in the exterior space with an inviting gesture. No, this is not a place of agricultural use, but a place of exuberant well-being, the warm light atmosphere wants to signal.

In the elegantly and homely furnished lobby with a glass main entrance in the north and a glass facade at the rear-facing the large terrace in the south, the general lighting is generated by adjustable Palco spotlights, which are mounted in the open gabled roof construction on a conductor rail fixed to a beam. The reception and information counter are additionally illuminated by small Laser Blade downlights integrated into the suspended ceilings there, which provide glare-minimized light for working on the screens. While these architectural luminaires are completely unobtrusive and only their light is effective, a swarm installation of 120 crystal glass bubbles suspended at different heights, designed by the lighting planners together with the interior designers from JOI-Design and a manufacturer of high-quality special glass luminaires, virtually catches the eye. Each of the spheres, whose surfaces are finished with craquelé, sandblasted and platinum painting, has its own small light source so that the swarm makes the room sparkle on an area of 216 square meters.

The newly built east wing, whose northern facade is completely glazed, accommodates 53 south-facing rooms, which can be reached via a long corridor. Here, the planners from Notholt Lighting Design chose the Laser Blade System53, a frameless installation channel that can be fitted with spotlights in a modular fashion, which OMA designed for iGuzzini. The structural profile made of extruded aluminium and black finish alternates with swivel-mounted Laser Blade High-Contrast Optics Wide Flood for wall illumination and Medium for illuminating the door areas. The highly dimmed spotlights equipped with presence detectors only dim up when the corridor is passed through. As the light is not visible along the length of the corridor, the eye only perceives the beautifully illuminated floor, the reflections on the walls and the accent light that helps orientation at the doors.

Back in the lobby, the visitor turns right to a corridor, also illuminated with Laser Blade System53 and additional laser spotlights, which opens up the day bar and bar, two restaurants and the newly built large conference and banquet area. In the luxury restaurant Ösch Noir, a long corridor leads along with the glass-shielded show kitchen into the dining room. There, circular seating islands have been formed, which are enclosed by glass ball curtains according to an idea of K & P Planungsbüro GmbH. Their magical sparkle is provided by an elliptical illumination by means of small downlights from the laser family, which are mounted in round ceiling channels just like the glass ball strips. A further laser downlight centrally illuminates the table surface. The discreet lighting supports the upscale ambiance of the restaurant and is also reflected in the exterior view through the southern glass façade.

The new conference center in the southwest of the ensemble offers four conference rooms of different sizes and a board room on two floors. The lighting with Laser Blade High-Contrast Modules and homogeneous iN30 light lines, which in turn are integrated into the Laser Blade System53, allows different lighting atmospheres with exclusively directed or diffuse light, or a mixture of both types of lighting. This allows a professional lighting response to a lecture situation, relaxed teamwork or a business meeting.

The highlight of the conference center is a 400 square meter banquet hall with state-of-the-art technical equipment. This also includes the large square acoustically effective ceiling, which floats above the rows of chairs and is lowered for events with increased acoustic requirements. It is equipped with small Laser spotlights whose light scenarios are adapted to the various seating options. Additional decorative glass lights transform the ceiling into a chandelier for festive events. The basic lighting of the room areas along the outer facades - outside the ceiling - is provided by black Palco spotlights from iGuzzini, which are mounted on power rails invisibly integrated into tracks.

The basic lighting of the luxury resort is as calm and clear as the architectural concept. Because of the lighting versatility offered by iGuzzini's comprehensive product families, the designers were able to limit themselves to just three. Common to all the luminaires is the excellent glare minimization, which contributes to an enjoyable stay free from any disturbance. This makes the lighting the icing on the cake of the resort's wellness concept.

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