In December 2017, on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the SPA complex, major restyling works have further enhanced the new "10 years" pool, a 100-square-meter warm water stone pool, whose contours harmoniously follow the profiles of the Spanish walls, celebrating the water as the core element of wellness.
Within this restyling project, GRIVEN has been charged with the illumination of the Spanish Walls whose inner part, directly facing the thermal park, is distinguished by a series of beautiful rounded arches that frame the green area delivering an evocative atmosphere.
The Spanish Walls were erected during the Spanish domination of the Duchy of Milan to protect the city. Built from 1548 to 1562 to replace the obsolete medieval walls, they were transformed into tree-lined pedestrian walkways during the 18th century. Afterwards, they were largely demolished in the late nineteenth century as a sad consequence of the first town plan of Milan.