Peninsula Hot Springs
DESIGN DIRECTION FOR VICTORIA'S FIRST GEOTHERMAL HOT SPRINGS WELLNESS DESTINATION
Spa Dreaming Centre
First opened in 2005, this was the original bathing facility at Peninsula Hot Springs.
Amphitheatre Changerooms
Rammed earth pavilions creating a new benchmark in public amenity design
Pop Up Retail Store
Transformation of an old music venue into a regional wellness and activity hub — a staged delivery beginning with this pop-up retail shop.
Bathing Experiences
A meandering journey of communal bathing and relaxation experiences drawing inspiration from global bathing culture.
Coffee Hut
An arrival courtyard and coffee hut designed to integrate with the surrounding architecture, offering rest and refreshment to those transitioning on their journey.
Treatment Rooms
Moroccan and Arabian themed relaxation and treatment rooms. A complete interior update to one of the earliest treatment facilities on the property, adding layers, textures and all important acoustic separation between each treatment room.
From 2013 to 2021 Kim was the Design Director for the multi-award-winning Peninsula Hot Springs.

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