The unit contains a doorless shower – designed in order to provide freedom of movement and easy access, which is flanked on either side by an enclosed sauna and Turkish bath.
"Featuring a shower head with a 30 centimetre diameter and a hand-held shower, the shower space is doorless so as to provide maximum ease of access and freedom of movement," explained Fagioli.
"[It has] toning and regenerating effects that become a key moment of the experience," he continued.
The Yoku Spa is an evolution of Effe's previous system, named Yoku SH, and shares its minimalist aesthetic.
Both the sauna and Turkish bath were enclosed with large recessed glass walls – clear for the Turkish bath and in a bronze tone for the Sauna.
In front of the glass wall, vertical columns of natural wood were added to "create the feeling of being immersed in a forest". A shelf system can be added to the front of either the Turkish bath or Sauna to provide additional privacy.
The system's structural elements, including the sauna, are finished in sustainably-sourced heat-treated Aspen wood and Canaletto walnut.
"The inspiration behind its name is a particular branch of Japanese natural medicine called shinrin-yoku, or forest bathing, a practice based on the idea that being deeply immersed in nature has surprising health benefits," added Fagioli.
The Yoku Spa is manufactured in Cesena, in Effe's facility, which makes it possible to create site-specific and custom-made designs to meet various project requests, according to the brand.
The system is designed to work well in private homes and luxurious hotel resorts "that can house a refined and extremely comfortable wellness area".
To learn more about the Yoku Spa, visit Effe's website.
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