BetteUltra shower tray, BetteComodo wall-mounted washbasin and BetteComodo built-in bath in the natural region of Tokyo's Mount Fuji.

Mount Fuji

Perfect symmetry

Cuboid architecture in the midst of snow-capped mountain scenery around Tokyo's natural region. Traditional Japanese buildings reinterpreted: minimalist on the inside, and yet undeniably cosy. A timeless refuge, made entirely of spruce. Fired black in the yakisugi method, which preserves the building for decades. A respectful homage to centuries-old knowledge that merges with the symmetries of Comodo and Ultra to form an inseparable bathroom unit. 
BetteComodo wall mounted washbasin
BetteComodo wall
BetteComodo built-in bath
BetteComodo
Maximum minimalism: in keeping with the pared-down architecture, the bathroom interior reflects the calm straightforwardness. Black details pick up on the charred facade, and transform it into a momentum of soothing harmony. The materiality of the wood provides a soothing and energising warmth. 
BetteUltra shower tray
BetteComodo wall mounted washbasin
BetteComodo built-in bath

The fine art of aesthetics is revealed when you strip back to the essentials.

Sven Rensinghoff Marketing & Product Management
Bette Marketing & Product Manager Sven Rensinghoff
Natural materials such as spruce wood, white enamel, smoked glass and soft cotton.

Gentle purism

Natural materials such as spruce and white enamel create the basis for a warm, relaxed bathroom. In combination with dark smoked glass and soft cotton, the result is a natural fusion of colours and textures. Gentle purism that radiates pleasant tranquility and modern restraint.

Perfectly integrated

With their understated appearance, the built-in bath and washbasin in the BetteComodo design line adapt beautifully to different room conditions. The BetteUltra shower tray delights for its flat design language, and can be fitted at floor level, almost floor level, or slightly raised. It is simply not possible to have more design freedom in the bathroom.