Associates ||| was able to bring fresh concepts that offer a departure from the norm, making Allegria Spa at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek a groundbreaking spa.


Photo: Heather Marie Collins

A 20 foot glass wall depicting an Aspen forest is the welcoming feature at the spa entrance. The creative use of glass tile, wood, soft plaster and natural stone deliver an organic feeling that mirrors the beauty and solitude of the resort’s spectacular Beaver Creek setting. Intriguing finishes and furniture selections and a thoughtfully chosen art collection deliver an environment that is soothing and inspirational. We appreciated AIII’s attention to every detail, partnership with the architects and development team to create a spa that is life-enhancing for staff and guests alike.”

Client: Gaye Steinke, General Manager

“Having had the pleasure of working with various Associates III designers and their clients over the past 20 years, I have had the opportunity to enjoy not only creating diverse works, but also collaborating with an exceptional team each time. I have found Associates III open to new ideas and techniques and have found the open collaboration process rewarding for all of those involved, making the resulting work richer. All of the staff are talented, dedicated and professional and it is refreshing to work with people who value what you do and are curious about new directions and possibilities.
testimonial_photo_2The Allegria Spa project was a particularly challenging project from a technical stand- point due to the scale and method of installation. The collaboration with the Associates III team and the building contractor was exceptionally smooth as well as respectful of all the trades involved, resulting in not only meeting the deadline, but also accomplishing the desired result. I have been working with designers and architects for nearly 40 years now, and I have to honestly say that the people at Associates III are among the very few easiest to work with, most respectful, and most consistently pleasant I have experienced.”

Vendor: Judy Gorsuch Collins, Collins Architectural Glass