Miss Clara by Nobis
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Miss Clara a unique Art Noveau experience with strong focus on sustainability, including saving water and energy with the Earth's first circular showers — Orbital Shower.
Two Orbital Showers, 2018
Miss Clara has been designed together with well known Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh. The building has been renovated and furnished in a way that takes advantage of the house's own possibilities and period style. Sustainable material choices and intuitive and clear functions have been important in creating this exclusive boutique hotel.
The bathrooms are decorated in the same muted color scheme as all other other rooms, with shades of brown and marble in contrast to white tiles. Frosted glass helps to bring in daylight, which gives a beautiful glow and spacious impression.
Since Miss Clara recently refurbished their bathrooms, the choice fell on the Orbital Shower Retrofit, which can be installed inside an already existing waterproofing layer. This makes it possible to start saving water and energy in the bathroom without having to go through a complete renovation.
"Our vision is for Miss Clara to become the most sustainable hotel in the Nordics. Orbital Shower was a natural choice on the journey towards that goal."
Hotel Manager Miss Clara
Enjoy a long relaxing Orbital Shower at Miss Clara, where urban vibrance meets comfort in the heart of Stockholm
Miss Clara is located at Sveavägen 48, right in the heart of the inner city of Stockholm. This has been taken into account from the very beginning of the renovation project. At ground level a welcoming space has been created that invites the urban environment of the street and allows the ground floor with reception, restaurant and bar to connect in a natural way with the city life and movement outside the hotel.
Orbital shower in use
The Orbital Shower purifies and recirculates water, allowing you to enjoy long luxurious showers while saving water, energy, and CO2 emissions. You can shower as long as you want using only 15 - 20 liters of water, whereas a non-recirculating shower uses at least 100 liters. This way, up to 90% of water, 80% of energy, and CO2 emissions are reduced by 70% compared to a conventional shower.
The graph shows water recirculation (%) versus shower duration (min). Each point represents a weekly average at different installation sites. The longer you shower the more you save.
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