Sports- and Family
In Lustrabadet you will find activities and attractions for both young and grown. A 25 meter long pool with six swimming lanes, with a 5 meter tall jumping tower almost touching the roof. If you dare, you can jump from 1, 3 and 5 meters. On top you will find the entrance for our 65 meter long slide which measures your time from start to end. There is also a climbing wall, a short and faster slide and children and baby pools with air bubbles, a fountain and a slide.
Relaxation and warmth
Woman’s changing-room: Equipped with a designated changing area and lockable closets.
Men’s changing-room: Equipped with a designated changing area and lockable closets.
Large changing-room: Two changing-rooms adapted for families or visitors with disabilities.
Thomas Morel was born and raised in the Dutch town, Den Bosch. In 2004 he moved with his family to the little village Feios by the Sognefjord. Later he moved to Bergen Now he has a office in Bergen, but says himself that he will spend most of his time in little Feios.
In 2007 Thomas Morel bought a Hasseblad camera and Broncolor studio lighting-system and started TMstudios. Fascinated by motion, and with a history in gymnastics, Morel captures human motion too quick for the eye to see. Now he is well known for capturing extraordinary and incredible moments in a detailed and dramatic way.
Thomas’ passion can be described like this:
A spectacular jump can be beautiful in its entirety, but can also loose its value when frozen in a moment of infinity.
The real art in photography is catching that exact moment where everything is on its greatest, but still honoring the beautiful motion from whence it came
When Lustrabadet worked together with Thomas, we experienced an incredible commitment and passion for photography and the project. Even without education within photography, Thomas’ many years of dedication and love for photography has taken him where he is today. With customers all over the world, he has been in New York, Hawaii, Canada and of course in the Netherlands.
Check out Thomas Morel’ photographs in the cafe, in the shower area, by the pool area and by the saunas!
Marianne Heske (b.1946) is known as one of Norway’s greatest living artists. Internationally she is most known for “Gjerdeløa” (1980), a traditional Norwegian hut from the 1800s, which you can visit in the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Marianne studied in Bergen Art-school, École Superieure des Beaux-Arts i Paris, Royal College of Art i London and Jan Van Eyck Academie i Maastricht. She has had exhibitions in Cité Internationales des Arts i Paris, Henie-Onstad Artcenter, Bergen Art Association and Gallery F15 in Moss. Marianne Heske is represented in the museum collections of the Nationalgallery, Henie Onstad Artcentre and Ville de Paris. She has also represented Norway in the Nordic pavilion in the Biennal in Venice, Sao Paolo and world art display in Hanover.
Marianne works in a variety of medias, among several: Videoart, installation and graphics. Within graphics she mainly works with lithography, videolithography and silkprinting. She got her international breakthrough with computerpainting. This is a painting that has its origin in a videotape of landscape. The recordings get digitized or transferred to PC, and from these huge panoramas are created.
The common title for the pictures in Lustrabadet is “Mountains of the Mind”. They are captured on Sognefjellet, in the Hurrungane and by the Sognefjord.
You will find her pictures by the second largest pool in Lustrabadet, the wellness pool.