This is the latest design from the Zen Bath Association (USA) to truly capture the simplicity, elegance, and functionality of this new contemporary style. The design is stillness focused, but it has been overloaded with utility. Nevertheless, as its name suggests, the models now have one common point: the inclusion of the washbasin into the shower structure. Otherwise, it is integrated into the wall, and by having a mirror placed on it we make the bathroom appear larger and more elevated.
The sink is wall mounted and has clean rectangular lines. On the right hand side, the faucet goes from floor to ceiling, and from normal to an obscurer distance, this provides a unique feeling of space. On the left side we have the bathtub placed on a wooden platform, which represents a more intimate environment. It is natural to assume that the Japanese culture is more different and more different than the Western one. Still, it is true that the Japanese were born in the middle of the turbulines, and their first beliefs included the idea of being a people of air carriers.