Glass is an element that from simple decoration is slowly replacing structural elements of both public and private rooms, altering the perception of visibility, eliminating any visual obstacle, amplifying our senses.
We are at the mercy of a sort of dematerialization of the elements that form the domestic and public spaces, where glass becomes the main protagonist: walls, parapets, stairs, floors, ceilings, then moving on to furniture, chairs, tables, glass furniture are the order of the day.
Here is Invisible, the Hammam cabin that, depending on the glass chosen, disappears inside the room: in the transparent or extra-clear version it is almost imperceptible, in the version with reflecting or smoked glass it creates mirrored effects reflecting the surrounding environment.
The Tech version adds LEDs for chromotherapy and the Turkish bath with aromatherapy present in the seat below, to live the experience of an emotional shower.
The Idro version has also integrated the column with vertical water jets and the hand shower, while on the roof there are the shower head, the nebulizers and the cervical waterfall.
The Nude version has only the overhead shower integrated in the roof which must be connected to the domestic water distribution system.
Water is delivered through the mixer.
One of the strengths is the high versatility of the solution, because Invisible is feasible to the centimeter and can be installed on the wall, in the corner and in the niche, even on existing shower trays.
The shower tray is not necessary, as Invisible can also be installed on the floor.
Invisible’s finishes are matt white, matt black and brilliant chrome for profiles, handles, hinges and column.
In the Tech version, the seat finish is in the same color as the column, with the exception of the chrome version, where it is available in okumè wood.
The glasses can be transparent, extra-clear, smoked or grey reflective.