In terms of space, culture largely defines our needs—and desires. If you ever watch House Hunters International, then you know that Americans like everything BIG. Most transplants to Europe or Asia will complain that their furniture won’t fit, and some too-tall gentlemen will complain that they themselves won’t fit. So it’s no surprise that compact, multi-purpose designs often hail from far away continents. This is the case with Subaco by Japanese bathroom company Spiritual Mode—a combination bathtub, toilet, washbasin, kitchen, laundry, and loft!
Sanitary Unit Combines Bathroom, Kitchen, Laundry, and Loft
For more information on this “new idea for living,” contact Spiritual Mode via their website: http://www.spiritual-mode.com/en/index.html.
About the Manufacturer: Spiritual Mode is a Japanese firm specializing in bathroom environments. Since 2004, the Kyoto-based company has been providing exciting and relaxing multi-purpose solutions that maximize space. With showrooms in Kyoto and Tokyo, Spiritual Mode has grown since its inception, partly due to their aesthetic philosophy, which “fulfills dreams” by stressing beauty above all else.