Zucchetti‘s Wazebo mini-wellness shower pavilion by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba has both been awarded the prestigious Honourable Mention in the Design for Living category of the 2016 Compasso d’Oro prize by ADI, the Italian Association for Industrial Design.
Established in 1954, the ADI Compasso d’Oro Award is the oldest and most authoritative global award in the field of industrial design. It selects products that stand out for their originality, typological and functional innovation, the production processes they adopt, the materials they use, and the aesthetic synthesis they achieve.
What sets the Wazebo shower pavilion apart is the underlying concept, which is to give the user the sensation of showering in the midst of nature, but without sacrificing practicality and comfort. The concept is made a reality by the slim frame, the wide openings, the wooden slatted platform, the large rainfall showerhead with its soft jet, and the possibility of even being able to place the pavilion directly on a lawn.