above: Oriental Overflow whirlpool tub by Kasch
KÄSCH (or Kaesch as it's called in the US) is an internationally renowned manufacturer of exclusive acrylic bathtubs and whirlpools, largely for upscale hotels. Their products feature timeless, elegant design combined with uncompromising quality in materials and workmanship. They carry three lines of tubs; Freestanding, Overflow and Takiyu.
Their Overflow and Takiyua whirlpool tubs in particular are truly lust-worthy. And those are the ones I've chosen to share with you today.
The Overflow collection's name describes the product feature that makes it so desirable - the water flows back into the basin in a seemingly endless cycle as it spills over the edge that is so neatly flush with the floor. The whirlpool tubs can can be outfitted with color changing lights and music making it a complete soothing sensory experience. The Overflow line comes in six styles:
Along with bathing in mineral springs, bathing in the pool of a waterfall - TAKIYU - has a long tradition in Japan. Even in earliest times in Asia, waterfalls in hidden mountain areas were pilgrimage places for individual bathing rituals. The TAKIYU concept is based on the combination of a waterfall with the massaging effects of air-water jets, enhanced by colored lighting. This model supports physical and psychological regeneration. Water continually flows in a closed cycle from beneath a decorative covering, falling gently into the tub.
There are ten models in the Takiyu line:
85737 Ismaning b. München
telephone +49 (0) 89 92 98 98 82
fax +49 (0) 89 961 27 41
Kaesch USA, Inc.
Sarasota Fl. 34232
telephone (941) 554-6852
fax (941) 343-1059
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