Private Spa

    The bathroom as a private spa

    Private building owners’ expectations of their bathrooms are growing. Besides being equipped with top-quality products in terms of water usage, air conditioning and a modern interior design, the private spa should provide more space for comfort and convenience as well. The amount of time people spend in their private spa is increasing along with the quality of the experience. Modern equipment and furnishings, meaningful zoning, a professional bathroom design and a story that’s compatible with the owner turn the private spa into a showpiece within the home. Pop up my Bathroom shows the coolest bathrooms here.

    Private Spa

    Badeszimmer des 3D-Druck-Hauses in Deutschland

    With Bette in the bathroom: first 3D printed home in Germany


    The bathroom of Germany's the first single-family house built using the 3D concrete printing process was equipped with Bette products.


    Badezimmer einer ehemaligen Klosterruine mit Produkten von Kaldewei

    Kaldewei: ruined monastery is restored to life


    In a restored monastery ruin above the roofs of Naples, bathroom solutions from Kaldewei ensure a historical and modern mix of styles.


    Living Bathroom: How can a bathroom double as living space?


    On the final day of the ISH digital 2021, the programme focused on the Living Bathroom trend, a which has been in evidence at the ISH for some years.


    Holistic bathroom planning: 10 steps to a Private Spa


    What exactly is meant by a private spa? Which components does it take to create one? Insights and learnings from 12 years of the private spa.


    Conoduo von Kaldewei

    Kaldewei: bathroom solution for a sustainable family home


    While bathing in the Conoduo of Kaldewei one can enjoy a panoramic view of the surrounding vineyards of the Austrian wine village Winzendorf-Muthmannsdorf.


    Badezimmer mit dem Waschbecken Vero von Duravit

    Modern design classic for an extraordinary artist house in Japan


    The rectangular design of the Vero ceramic series from Duravit complements the sculptural aesthetics of the 8.5 House in Ninomiya, Japan.


    Deep heat for the shower


    With Bilbao, Repabad aims to transform the shower into an infrared cabin and encourage the private bathroom’s evolution into a “health room”. 


    A relaxed start to the autumn with Bassino and the Relax Lounger from Kaldewei


    The days are gradually getting shorter and the Indian summer is just around the corner. Whereas summer is a time for active leisure pursuits, autumn is a good opportunity to withdraw to the cosy atmosphere of one’s own four walls again. Relaxation and regeneration are the order of the day. Wellness enthusiasts, for instance, are often big fans of floating, an activity familiar from hotels and thermal spas. Anyone who wants to let his worries float away at home can now enjoy this particularly relaxing experience in his own bathroom: the Bassino bathtub from Kaldewei is so big that you can actually float in the water.