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Key facts & Challenges

Taunus Therme is an elaborate oasis of thermal pools, showers, warm-air, hot-air and steam baths, salt marshes in the light sea cave and a hot stone. This relaxing environment has been given a natural feel through its clever use of light, colour and form. What’s more the great starry sky, as well as the golden domed roofs help to convey an oriental feeling. Palms columns and ornamental tiles complete the picture. The impressive variety of shapes as well as the differences in temperature and humidity of the individual bathing areas, made high demands on the materials used and necessitated the expansion with special drywall solutions.

Installation phase

For the elaborate interior design of the Hammam Paradise only materials that could withstand the extreme temperature differences and moisture stress were chosen. In the new annex of the Taunus Therme the temperatures are between 30°C to 55°C with high relative humidity. Wall and ceiling cladding as well as a large number of moldings were carried out in dry construction. Siniat’s glass-fleece-coated special plate LaHydro made the perfect choice. Several 1,000 square meters of this robust plate was installed in Hammam Paradise.


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