Enamelled steel bathroom manufacturer Kaldewei has just introduced the Superplan Zero shower surface.
Created by Berlin designer Werner Aisslinger, Superplan Zero is installed at floor level and can be tiled up to the shower surface edge so it becomes part of the floor.
The waste has been placed close to the wall which the company claims makes it more comfortable for users to move around the tray.
There are over 50 models in the Superplan Zero range, measuring from 700m up to 1800mm, which are available in a range of colours.
In addition, the shower surface is available with the “almost invisible” anti-slip surface Secure Plus on request.
To launch Superplan Zero, musician and photographer Bryan Adams worked with choreographers and dancers to style the tray with a choice of six images.
According to Kaldewei, the steel enamel surface provides the “stage” and captures the “sensual serenity” moment of showering.
It follows on from his Natural Union campaign, shot for Kaldewei’s steel enamel basins.