Designing the Bodhi Spa Experience

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Join KITE Architects’ Christine West, AIA, and Brigida Capicatto for a sneak peak of the highly anticipated Bodhi Spa in Providence. This zoom experience will include a virtual tour of the spa, a discussion on KITE’s human-centered design approach for overall wellness, Q&A and a chance to win one of ten gift certificates to the Bodhi Spa!

Similar to the Newport flagship, the Providence location is built around Bodhi Spa’s signature water journey designed to rejuvenate visitors with a series of hot and cold restorative experiences. The water journey, which guides visitors through a Dead Sea salt bath, Himalayan salt bath, plunge pool, a eucalyptus steam room, and both infrared and traditional saunas, now includes a custom waterfall and additional special features for total relaxation. Be the first to know during this behind the scenes designer’s tour of Bodhi Spa - Providence!

 

Christine West

As a designer at KITE, Brigida is focused on creating spaces for people to create memories and experiences. Her work at KITE has included housing for people facing homelessness and community educational facilities.

Brigida grew up in White Plains, NY and feeling the creative energy of nearby New York City. During her time studying architecture at Roger Williams University, she was fortunate to be able to study abroad in Florence, Italy. There, she discovered architecture’s ability to formally shape the public space, sparking her strong curiosity and passion for architecture and the intersection of the built and historic environment.

Brigida Capicatto

As a designer at KITE, Brigida is focused on creating spaces for people to create memories and experiences. Her work at KITE has included housing for people facing homelessness and community educational facilities.

Brigida grew up in White Plains, NY and feeling the creative energy of nearby New York City. During her time studying architecture at Roger Williams University, she was fortunate to be able to study abroad in Florence, Italy. There, she discovered architecture’s ability to formally shape the public space, sparking her strong curiosity and passion for architecture and the intersection of the built and historic environment.