Solitaire is a ground-breaking product not only for USSPA but also for the worldwide field of wellness. One of its many unique innovations is nearly unlimited possibilities of the exterior design adjustments. To highlight it sufficiently and make it understandable on the first sight it was needed to dress the Solitaire into the really exceptional coat. The final version was designed by the team of young architects from the MOLO Architekti studio. It was them, who came with the amazing, astonishing solution that leaves magnificent impression to everyone who sees the Solitaire on its own eyes. Yet is still allows enough of space for the individual fantasies and dreams about the own original style.

MOLO Architects

We are an association of architects with the goal of creating quality living spaces. We perceive design as a creative solution to a problem. A project grows from the spawn of dreams, wishes, and requirements which come together in a specific place and with a proper order. From the collision of these requirements and limitations, we use logic, feeling, and experience to create an ensemble of architecture.

Solitaire is more than just a spa with perfectly designed interior ergonomics and high technological level; it's also an independent aesthetic object that creates a living space. The composition of the terrace smoothly leads you to the spa entrance while offering various spaces for sitting or lying at different heights. Our designing objective was that the spa wouldn't look like a massive chunk placed on the ground, but rather as a composition of levitating elements. We wanted to create a design that would be the jewel of any modern structure, inside or outside. We see the design's quality in the usage of untraditional combinations of quality materials, such as large format concrete panels with optic fibres, Corian®, and tartan.

We deeply appreciate the enlightened approach of USSPA during the designing process – everything functioned on the basis of mutual respect and partnership. It was very enriching for us to be part of the development of such a unique product.

  • Pavel Griz (*1981)

    Pavel Griz (*1981)

    2008 MOLO Architekti s.r.o.
    2006 - 2008 Cooperation with MgA.Patrik Zamazal
    2000 - 2006 VŠUP – Prague, architecture atelier 3 prof. ac. arch. Petr Keil
    2004 Akademia likovnih umjetnosti u Zagrebu, atelier of free graphic prof. Ante Kuduza
    2003 VŠUP – Prague, architecture atelier 2 prof. Ing. arch. Eva Jiřičná
    1996 - 2000 High school of art in Prague
  • Tereza Kučerová (*1980)

    Tereza Kučerová (*1980)

    2008 MOLO Architekti s.r.o.
    2002 - 2008 VŠUP - Prague, diploma in architecture atelier 1 acad. arch. Jindřich Smetana
    2005 - 2006 Working stay in atelier Anja Beecken Architekten
    2005 - 2006 Educational stay in UDK Berlin
      atelier Prof. arch.Wiel Arets, atelier Prof. arch. Peter Bayerer
    2000 - 2002 FA ČVUT
  • Patrik Zamazal (*1973)

    Patrik Zamazal (*1973)

    2009 authorized architect ČKA
    2008 MOLO Architekti s.r.o.
    2000 Own architectural and projection activity
    1999 - 2009 assistent in aterlier Prof. akad. arch. Petr Keil on VŠUP
    1999 - 2001 Cooperation with arch. studio AUREA – territorial plan of Dolní Dobrouč, Nekoř, Lanšperk
    1999 - 2000 Cooperation with arch. studio AUREA - territorial plan of Klášterec nad Orlicí, Pastviny
    2001 Study - HKU Utrecht
    1998 workshop - Hamenlinna
    1998 Study - UIAH Helsinky - field Interior, prof. Jan Verven
    1997 Norimberk - Conference about the buildings energy safety
    1995 - 2001 High school of art in Prague - atelier architecture III - Prof. acad. Arch. Petr Keil
  • Jan Dobeš (*1978)

    Jan Dobeš (*1978)

    2008 - 2010 Molo architekti s.r.o.
    2005 The J. Paul Getty Museum
    1997 - 2003 VŠUP
  • Jaroslav Chramosta

    Jaroslav Chramosta

    "The author execution of the tiles of the Solitaire spa is a combination of rigid material and light. There are many design products that express their nature through the surface decor. They may be the language and key to the idea. The specifically presented design is presented to us by a light motif inspired by the flow of air and water. It offers us an illusive view through shape and stylized pointillist form depicting “waves” and how they move and spread. This is the first visual contact with the harmony that makes up the underlying basis of the spa experience."