The white tiles and matte black shower contrast nicely. The Orbital Shower Core Unit has been placed outside the shower area, creating a clean and stylish look.
The family bought a classic turn-of-the-century house built in 1909. It simply didn't feel right to renovate the bathroom to a modern style, so they chose classic tiles in white with partially painted walls.
"Choosing an Orbital Shower was a no-brainer. I exercise a lot, so I also shower a lot. I can easily take 2-3 showers a day: in the morning before a meeting, at lunch after exercising and in the evening after exercising again. We can save many gallons of water with an Orbital Shower.”
Mathias Bohman, Sweden
Mathias is currently working on a new company project that focuses on "impact investment." Through the company, it would be possible to invest in water rights. It is a commercial company, but one of the goals is to protect natural water sources around the world.
“In recent years, I have increasingly become involved in water rights. I want to contribute to naturally purified drinking water becoming an actual human right,” says Mathias.