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Bath Houses and Clinics at Islamberg

A rural hamlet serving as a refuge for American Muslims seeking to escape the troubles of their hometowns, Islamberg is situated on unbeatable mountains in Upstate New York. The site is abundant with trees and lakes, and the scenery provides residents with untouched peacefulness in both mind and body. To continue the Islamic tradition of Hospitality, the proposal is a complex of clinics and bathhouses for courteous visitors. Partnered with for-profit and non-profit hospitals around the site, the clinics are run by medical professionals from Islamberg working at those hospitals. Next to the clinics are bathhouses, offering a relaxing experience to both residents and visitors in the scenic, intact landscape without disturbance.
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