Azure

AZURE Magazine, one of our very favorite glossies, did some reporting on the conceptual aspects of Rapsel’s Invisible Bath, or Il Bagno che non c’é:

“It features a washbasin, shower and toilet that, when not in use, is concealed with slatted larch wood – a material choice inspired by Thun’s upbringing in the Tirol Mountains, heavily populated with wood workers.
As an attempt at discerning what the bathroom of the future might look like – when a “magic wand” can do away with washroom fittings – the Invisible Bathroom presents a rather warm aesthetic.”

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