The proposal suggests the creation of a two-building complex, with the addition of a new structure 90m in length. The linearly-arranged element combines open and enclosed spaces, and light and shade for a sensory experience that is both engaging and highly restorative. The new volume respects the landscape, and its proportions and site placement harmonise with the existing building. Furthermore, its sectionally-compressed form establishes intimate spaces towards the centre while expanding on each end to incorporate large windows which blend the landscape with interior spaces; this unification of indoors with outdoors is further enhanced by a bath at one end which extends into the site. The jury appreciates this project’s well-organised plan, its respect towards architectural heritage, its choice of materials and its overall ability to be realised as an exciting new health-therapy destination.