The AquaClean Sela shower toilet designed by Matteo Thun for Geberit conceals unsightly fixtures and optimises technology to ensure ultimate cleanliness and minimal energy consumption.
29 August, 2016
When designing the AquaClean Sela for Swiss company Geberit, the aim of Italian architect and designer Matteo Thun was to create a shower toilet that was inconspicuous in design. “My approach to the work was that I wanted to design a shower toilet that would fit into almost any bathroom as easily and naturally as possible,” he says.
At first glance, the AquaClean Sela resembles a standard washing closet. However, there is more to it than meets the eye. For one, the electricity and water supply lines are thoughtfully concealed, achieving an elegant and compact shower toilet design that enables the bathroom space to remain clutter-free.
Enhancing user comfort, the shower toilet features an ergonomically-designed toilet seat and lid that is made of sturdy Duroplast material. An integrated user identification function detects an approaching user and automatically heats up water to body temperature.
By accessing the remote or control panel (hidden by the side of the toilet seat), the user may conveniently activate the shower function, adjust the intensity of the water spray, as well as the position of the spray arm. The spray can also be set in oscillating mode.
It is also easy to maintain AquaClean Sela. The ceramic unit is coated with a dirt-repellent surface for optimal hygiene. Both the toilet seat and lid can be easily removed for thorough cleaning.
The AquaClean Sela uses Geberit’s advance technology that mixes water with air to ensure cleanliness and low energy consumption. Much like all shower toilets from Geberit, the AquaClean Sela fulfills European Ecodesign standards and uses minimal energy during standby mode.
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