THE WORLD’S MOST LUXURIOUS SHOWER EXPERIENCE
Dornbracht introduced the world’s most exclusive experience shower at the Monaco Yacht Show: The AQUAMOON ATT– Delight Edition. Limited to 25 pieces worldwide, the special edition enhances Dornbracht’s award-winning AQUAMOON ATT with the addition of a large-scale light experience, invisible controls and new luxury design elements. A glittering glass mosaic graces the primary wall of the special edition. When touched, the brilliant glass tiles transform into a work of art painted in light.
The AQUAMOON ATT– Delight Edition is a multi-sensory water experience that creates moments of bliss with three newly-developed flow modes, signature choreographies and mood lighting. Michael Neumayr created the unique shower with subtle and minimalist design to focus attention on the unique water experience. The central element is a dome set into the ceiling. A hidden light strip inside the hemisphere creates a soft light that is inspired by moonlight and evokes a sense of infinity. Looking up reveals an extraordinary effect of depth, temporarily blocking out the outside world.
The special edition’s central dome is covered in platinum leaf, adding a luxurious accent and complementing the glittering tiles. The leaf is hand-applied by master craftsmen using precious metals, ensuring that each limited edition is one-of-a-kind.
GLASS MOSAIC WALL
A glittering glass mosaic graces the primary wall of the special edition. When touched, the 6,144 brilliant glass tiles from smart lighting specialists Volatiles transform into a work of art painted in light. Beyond its beauty, this feature contains the intuitive control for the AQUAMOON ATT– Delight Edition.
A champagne matte affusion pipe is also integrated into the design. This Kneipp hydrotherapy module can be used for warm and cold affusions to promote blood flow and stimulate circulation, metabolism and the nervous system.
A custom ring-shaped drain by German bathroom manufacturer Baqua has been designed to reflect the shape of the dome, creating symmetry in the design, as well as allowing for a flat floor without any slope.