The Infinity Bath : Combining High Design with Technology
Mar 11, 2010 16:16
Forget everything you know about conventional baths and showers and feast your senses on this elegant, innovative 'Infinity' bath which was created by talented designer Aleksander Mukomelov. The luxurious bathroom centrepiece combines high design with technology resulting in a completely sensory experience for the user; truly a positive step towards the right direction when it comes to the evolution of both leisure and pleasure:
Each of the human's sensory organs are titillated via touch, music, scents and visual imagery. The Infinity remote control allows the users to fain complete control over in this new approach to bathing; a mini-computer mounted on the side panel can easily adjust the water temperature, feed rate, modes of hydro-massage jets, select music, choose oil or perfume for aromatherapy. The remote can also connect to the Internet and an intelligent home system, which allows users to pre-set their desired mode without any fuss.
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