The idea of a shower environment in which movements are not restricted by sharp edges or pointed corners is meant to describe this idea. Regulating the temperature is once again transformed into a physical and thus sensual act and is no longer defined solely by means of anonymous knobs and levers. With "parabola", showering is initiated by intuitive gestures. The moment of pleasure now remains not only as a psychological but also as a physical memory of well-being.
Through the analogy to Leonardo da Vinci's "Vitruvius Man" and the resulting geometric parabolic shape, a close connection to the physiognomy of the human being is created.

Alexander Müller
product designer (master of arts) Stuttgart, Germany