The proposed project develops, renovates and reinstates the former Turkish Bath in Iasi, Romania. It is one of the city¿s most interesting buildings, with an exceptional history and evolution behind it. However, after the fall of the communist regime in Romania, the building has been left to decay. With its outstanding location, the distinctive architecture and the urban surroundings it has the potential of bringing back wellness, spa and sauna culture to the city of Iasi. The project is justified due to the monument value of the building combined with the continuous raise of tourism in the city and the surrounding areas. With proper restoration and marketing, the building has the potential to become one of the main attraction sites in the city. The city spans over seven hills and the site of the old Turkish Bath allows to discover these perspectives. The new building expands along three dimensions: Building extension, landscape and garden. To merge with the city¿s landscape and the sauna garden, the new extension will provide the impression of a light, floating, transparent structure, where sauna pavilions disappear in the landscape. The whole spa experience is not limited to the diversity of pools and saunas, but also offers the experience of discovering the architecture, indoors and outdoors, from the new building to the foundations of the old Turkish bath.