A.W. LAKE Builds New H.Q. and Introduces Resilience-based Wellness

A.W. LAKE, an award-winning wellness design firm based in Singapore, has recently acquired a 16 hectare property in Colorado as the site of its US headquarters.
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Situated within a 1300 hectare private ranch and nature reserve, the mountain top property borders additional 325,000 hectares of national forest and Rocky Mountain wilderness only an hour drive from the Denver International Airport.“After spending almost two decades in Asia, I am thrilled to be back in the US and to expand our business here” says Adria. W. Lake, owner and Managing Director.  “more than just building a base for our operations, we are constructing our Resilience Training and Wilderness Camp”.   The large complex features fully equipped camp sites, Maker’s Studio & Gallery, Demo kitchen/Cooking school, outdoor wood- fire sauna and steam cabins, ice baths, and access to over 350 miles of hiking trails, white water rafting, canoeing, skiing, snowboarding, swimming, rock climbing, fishing, hunting, and forest foraging, wild life tracking, and much more.In partnership with MAAD design, A.W. LAKE developed the Resilience Training and Wilderness camp concept specifically for the location and the firm’s new venture in the US.    “For the last 20 years, we have worked with some of the world’s top hotel brands in designing their spas and wellness facilities. With our move to Colorado and expansion in the US, we are exploring a different approach to wellness, one that is based on our inherent resilience and evolutionary hard-wiring.” Adria continues,“We believe that creating places and experiences that strengthen our resilience and liberate our imagination, creativity, and curiosity will have a much greater and more lasting impact on our overall well-being and the future of our species as well as our planet”.

A.W.LAKE’s new H.Q, Resilience Training and Wilderness Camp will be completed in the Spring of 2018.

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