Engadin Bad Scuol (Water park)

Surrounded by Lasa marble, bathe like the Romans and Irish once did

As early as 1990, Lasa Marmo manufactured floor slabs and stairs in LASA BIANCO ORTLES®™ and LASA BIANCO NUVOLATO®™ as well as wall slabs in LASA VENATO CEVEDALE®™ for the "Bogn Engiadina" (Bad Engadin Scuol), a mineral and adventure pool with outdoor and indoor swimming pools in the Lower Engadine capital of Scuol (Switzerland). The "Roman-Irish Bath" was equipped with the finishing material made of refined Lasa marble. Visitors and users of the bathing landscape in the Swiss mineral and adventure bath are offered a wondrous bathing experience, as in accordance with the Roman bathing culture and the Irish bathing tradition. This is brought across gloriously by the individual colour design in different white-grey graduated tones. In 2015, the cold water pool and staircase were redesigned in LASA BIANCO ORTLES®™. The floor slabs, the stairs and the pool were sanded and the laid wall slabs polished.

Project Information

Scuol, Switzerland, 1990

Product:Floors and stairs in Lasa Bianco Ortles and Lasa Bianco Nuvolato, wall covering in Lasa Venato Cevedale, 2015 water basin in Lasa Bianco Ortles
Surface:Floors, stairs and water basin (2015) honed, wall covering polished
Architect:Oberli Roland