You say Spa and think of sophisticated architectures with large numbers, wellness and beauty centers, locations and luxury hotels where you can realize the dream of a weekend in total relaxation, between steam baths and trendy treatments. But the Spa is actually a structure that, thanks to design, can live even in the smallest space of a house, without having to give up the sensory experience offered by dream structures. Megius, a company with forty years of history in the world of shower enclosures, has thought of a series of solutions focused on wellbeing and which can also be created in homes with not particularly generous sizes. All projects united by reduced spaces, investments and the need for maintenance, which however do not detract from quality and comfort.
Invisible is the project that brings hydrotherapy and turkish bath to the space of 1.2 square meters. Here the glass passes from a decorative tool to a structural element, freeing the view into the room, with the Hammam cabin that 'disappears' inside the room. In the Idro version, the column with vertical water jets and the hand shower are integrated, while the shower head, the nebulizers and the cervical waterfall appear on the roof. In the Tech version, the surrounding environment is colored through the effects of the LEDs used for chromotherapy. In addition, the aromatherapy in the session below allows you to better enjoy the Turkish bath.
Also in 1.2 square meters, Sauna Invisible is the indoor solution based on the interlocking of the elements between glass and wood. Unlike the typical Finnish sauna made only of wood, Invisible is composed of a back wall in fir where the two levels of benches are embedded, while the cladding walls are made of glass.
In the largest space of 2.5 square meters, Megius sets up Nirvana Sauna, which returns to the original meaning of the Finnish word, or winter home. Here the internal finishes in hemlock or classic spruce bring the aesthetic code back to the dawn of these environments and make it ideal for both the home and the hotel industry.
Five square meters is the space needed for Nirvana Combi 2 - and here we are already at the level of a home wellness center that integrates sauna and shower. The first is accessed through the shower tray, after which the scene opens with everything needed for the ritual: the stove, the hot stones, the wooden bucket and the ladle to feed the temperature up to 90-100 °. After the sauna, you can get out by going through a regenerating shower.
When spaces become more generous, and 6 square meters are available, the solution is Nirvana Combi 1, which integrates sauna, hydrotherapy and Turkish bath playing on the balance of materials with different tactile sensations such as wood and glass, to define a sort of ying yang of well-being. Megius has also thought of Steam Me, a multifunctional chair that generates steam: in a single session, integrated in the door, the commands from which to manage the Turkish bath through the steam generator, aromatherapy through the essence holder, chromotherapy thanks to in the presence of LEDs and the rinse hand shower to freshen up. An original tool that did not yet exist on the market and aims to expand the wellness experience.