The bath house design strategy is to separate the baths and keep them united by a single form. A continuous, undulating partition divides the spaces into large, medium and small pools. Visitors arrive on the 16th floor of Hotel Van Zandt and, after checking in, make their way across a mezzanine where they get a glimpse of the pools and other bathers. They then enter into the changing rooms and make their way down to the 15th floor and the pools. The Corian surface folds to generate private pockets of space allowing intimacy in the part of the pools closest to the framework. The Corian structure also encourages a cohesive environment where people can see others soaking in nearby pools. Corian is used specifically for its high resiliency, high temperature resistance, versatility to create a desired pattern, and hygienic properties. I believe design should evoke emotion in people whether it be negative or positive. Each space I design has a specific programmatic character that speaks its own language. I begin by thinking of the most adventurous way to showcase my ideas and then reconfigure it to work for the physical space and program. Each design tells a story unique to the project.