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