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SSPS® Suite &
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New concepts and styles: the further development of the award-winning SSPS® architecture study for hotels and city apartments

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SSPS® Suite &
SSPS® Apartment

The SSPS® concept has honed the view of global change, inspiring new ways of thinking and stimulating ardent discussion. The award-winning architecture study brings together spa functions in the smallest of space and, as a result, provides a logical answer to the increasing scarcity of affordable housing. This concept has now been further developed to create a slightly larger and more minimal variant: the SSPS® Suite for hotels and the SSPS® Apartment for a holistically designed home of 35 square metres.

SSPS® Suite

Thanks to the further development of the SSPS® concept, personal spa treatments in hotel rooms and suites are possible at all times

Maximum experience quality in a space of just 8 square metres – SSPS® Suite satisfies growing demands in comfort and convenience, particularly in premium hotels. Instead of creating complex, half-open spa landscapes, there is the option to incorporate individual spa functions directly into each room – thus enabling guests to enjoy health-promoting treatments at any time of the day.

Hotel managers have to be innovative and offer their guests a qualified ambience. The open-room concept of SSPS® Suite creates a living space which can be filled with personal treasures. Clothing and items have a home in the open wardrobe, the shelves or cabinets and are immediately within sight to create an atmosphere of privacy.

The guest can find additional relaxation directly in the room, in an own SSPS®. It brings together numerous treatment possibilities in the smallest of space and can be closed off via an optional sliding door. The smart room structure of the SSPS® Suite concept guarantees several guests individual freedom for their time together, but also privacy. To ensure the toilet can be used at the same time as the bathroom, both have been designed as separate architectural units and the toilet can be closed on two sides.

Integrated rain panels, health-promoting shower treatments or a steam bath turn the hotel room into a valuable space for personal peace and comfort. Additionally, pre-programmed scenarios combining light, fragrance and sound create an emotional room experience.

  • 1 Double washbasin
  • 2 Illuminated mirror
  • 3 Separate guest toilet
  • 4 Digital control
  • 5 Integrated affusion pipe
  • 6 Vertical Shower
  • 7 Horizontal Shower
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  • 1 Double washbasin
  • 2 Illuminated mirror
  • 3 Separate guest toilet
  • 4 Digital control
  • 5 Integrated affusion pipe
  • 6 Vertical Shower
  • 7 Horizontal Shower

The spacious area with furniture unit offers plenty of space for two people simultaneously and for storage. It provides a clear overview of everything – so hotel guests do not forget and leave behind personal items.

Further product information:
Washbasins from Alape

Thanks to the integrated strip of lights, the mirror is optimally illuminated. An additional cosmetic mirror with innovative LED light technology can switch from day to evening light, making it more comfort-able to apply make-up and enjoy styling.

Further product information:
Cosmetic mirror from Aliseo

More privacy for guests is possible thanks to the separate unit of 2.1m², a fully functional guest toilet which can be accessed both from the hall and the bathroom.

Further product information:
Shower Toilet from Duravit

Water outlets, scenarios or single ambience functions such as fragrance can be digitally controlled. Individual or preprogrammed scenarios can be enjoyed in combination – depending on the personal mood.

Further product information:
eUnit Shower from Dornbracht

Kneipp downpours and showers for specific parts of the body provide well-being and, depending on the treatment, can be relaxing or stimulating. With the affusion pipe integrated into the bench, the power of the water can be precisely applied.

Further product information:
Water outlets from Dornbracht

The various water outlets and the rain panels incorporated into the ceiling can be controlled either collectively or individually. The ensemble of water streams and their interaction with one another can be personally conducted according to amount, strength and temperature.

Further product information:
Vertical Shower from Dornbracht

Relaxation while lying down – the water falls from six outlets as a soothing massage, with alternating warm bursts of water or as a pattering rain, with wave-like or gentle streams of water on the body. From the shoulders to the foot soles, all areas benefit.

Further product information:
Horizontal Shower from Dornbracht

SSPS® Apartment

An enhanced quality of life in the most minimal of living space – the city apartment with integrated private spa

In major cities around the world, living space is becoming increasingly scarce and the price per square metre is continually rising. People want to enjoy the advantages of the city, without compromising personal comfort. In this intelligent solution for apartments, private bathrooms satisfy every desire for health-promoting spas.

The own four walls serve as a place of peace and comfort, which we need for our well-being in times of rising everyday stress and that we seek out particularly in hectic environments. At the heart of the SSPS® Apartment concept is the support of rejuvenating treatments in a 3.5m² washing and showering area, enabling people to actively remain healthy and promote good health.

The open-room structure features a bath behind a translucent glass barrier which lets in daylight from the living area. Upon entering the dry zone with its generous washstand, the swinging door closes off the showering area, yet it can also be opened wider to comfortably move into the wet zone, featuring diverse spa functions. In addition to the Vertical Shower and the rain panel integrated into the ceiling, special massage jets stimulate various parts of the body. Additional electronically controlled water outlets are an invitation to enjoy the automated sequence showers while sitting or to benefit from invigorating leg showers. While the bathroom is occupied or during the spa treatments, the separate guest toilet (1.3m²) can be used at any time by others.

The living/sleeping area likewise guarantees an efficient use of space thanks to intelligent room architecture and fittings. A one-piece shelving unit offers a plethora of storage space from floor to ceiling: for a wardrobe and other personal items. The compact kitchen – with ideally positioned appliances in a space of 7m² – also provides plenty of room for cooking, doing the dishes and the laundry.

  • 1 Washstand
  • 2 Illuminated mirror
  • 3 Smart control
  • 4 Massage jets/Affusion pipe
  • 5 Rain panel
  • 6 Comfort and Leg Shower
  • 7 Separate guest toilet
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  • 1 Washstand
  • 2 Illuminated mirror
  • 3 Smart control
  • 4 Massage jets/Affusion pipe
  • 5 Rain panel
  • 6 Comfort and Leg Shower
  • 7 Separate guest toilet

A single-unit washstand and washbasin is enclosed by a one-piece surface of enamelled steel and supported by a form-fitting furniture unit which provides plenty of storage space for hand towels, cosmetics and other accessories.

Further product information:
Washbasins from Alape

LED technology enables various lighting options – from bright white daylight to warm evening light. The lighting can be dimmed at any time for applying make-up and styling.

Further product information:
Mirror from Alape

The control of the fittings and water outlets is via an intuitive, electronic user interface. Individual scenarios combine ambient functions such as fragrance and can be customised to meet personal wishes.

Further product information:
eUnit Shower from Dornbracht

Added value for the physique – massage jets promote health thanks to a high-speed water stream, which precisely stimulates special areas of the body, for example to relieve tension in the back.

Whether for the face, arms or thighs – with the affusion pipe, various water treatments can be applied to reinforce the body’s defence, to invigorate the body or to rejuvenate it.

Further product information:
Massage jets and water outlets from Dornbracht

The rain panel integrated into the ceiling provides a shower experience like a natural rainfall – soft drops comfortably fall on the skin.

Further product information:
Rain panels from Dornbracht

The bench with integrated heating offers comfort during personal beauty care and for rejuvenation treatments. Thanks to specialised water outlets, showering and wellness scenarios can be enjoyed while sitting.

Further product information:
Comfort Shower & Leg Shower from Dornbracht

Privacy for the host and guests – the separate room features a washstand and shower toilet that satisfy hygiene and cleanliness requirements, as it washes with pure water and according to individual washing/temperature settings.

Further product information:
Shower Toilet from Duravit

Small Size
Premium Spa

In his new architecture concept, Michael Sieger has turned his attention to the modern premium bathroom and the way it reflects societal trends. More and more people are moving into cities, resulting in increasing scarcity of living space and rising apartment prices. But at the same time, there’s increasing demand for enhanced quality of life. The “Small Size Premium Spa”, SSPS® for short, fulfils all the standards of a luxury spa in a compact area of approx. 6m2.

“SSPS® maximises the quality of the user experience in a minimum of space.” Michael Sieger

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The future of the bathroom – a small space that makes a big difference

As designers, Michael Sieger and his team carefully observe society and its needs, seeing themselves as seismometers that detect overarching trends. Of particular importance in this regard are demographic change and global trends, which require the industry to develop potential new solutions in advance. The effects of urbanisation can be felt across the globe, with cities acting as magnets to more and more people. A look back over the previous century puts this development into focus. Whereas around 29% of the world’s population lived in cities back in 1950 (0.73 billion people), this figure rose to 51% by 2010 (3.5 billion). By 2050, it is set to reach 70% (6.8 billion).

What’s more, rural exodus is no longer regarded as the primary cause, but the shift is being increasingly attributed to natural population growth. The result is vertical construction, with living space becoming smaller and more expensive. In parts of New York or Berlin, for example, the prices per square metre have more or less doubled over the past few years. The demands placed on apartments and bathroom design are high – and increasing all the time as space becomes ever scarcer. The bathroom is becoming ever more important as a part of overall living space. Not only does it serve to prevent illness and boost quality of life, but it is also becoming more and more of a refuge – a place to refresh and revitalise.

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A feeling of spaciousness in a minimum of space – with numerous individual usage options, the SSPS® concept meets the highest standards in terms of comfort, functionality and enhanced quality of life. The “Small Size Premium Spa” concept is based on a carefully designed zone architecture and a functional arrangement of elements. The spacious wet zone, measuring approx. 3.5m2, is only separated from the dry zone by a glass screen. The two zones create a spacious and harmonious ambience.

The concept, which won the 2015 German Iconic Award, can be reinterpreted in a variety of designs, styles, features, materials, surfaces and colours. In the “Broadening Horizons” interpretation of SSPS®, preconfigured scenarios incorporate not just elements like fragrance and sound, but the entire architecture of the room. Flat surfaces act as a canvas for lighting effects and moving images that are controlled by a comprehensive light control system, creating an emotional ambience.

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Vertical Shower

At the heart of the vertical shower concept is its use of several water outlets, which can be controlled either collectively or individually. The type of water jet and the amount, pressure and temperature of the water can all be individually adjusted, or you can simply leave it all to be choreographed automatically by pre-programmed settings. With the additional rain panel, water cascades down from across a large surface through the power of gravity alone.

As well as a classic shower, innovative functions and regenerative treatments can be integrated into the bathroom using cutting-edge electronics. The system’s open architecture allows the bathroom fittings themselves to become an interface to further customise the shower’s use of water. For instance, there are outlets at leg height to automatically spray invigorating jets of water onto the lower legs. The combination of temperature and water has positive effects on fitness, well-being and the immune system. The water is deliberately allowed to accumulate, creating a unique tactile and acoustic sensation as the feet are caressed by warm water.

The integrated rain panels in the ceiling bring the world of nature indoors. The arrangement of the nozzles is modelled on rainfall, enabling a unique shower experience for the body, mind and soul. Furthermore, additional elements can be added to enable various soothing and regenerative sensual experiences, incorporating the preconfigured scenarios of light, fragrance and sound. Just like a steam bath, these also help prevent illness and maintain and promote health.

Products and solutions featured in the visualisations include the bathroom fittings technology Ambiance Tuning Technique (ATT) by Dornbracht.


Manufacturer: Dornbracht
Concept & Design: sieger design
Picture Copyright: Dornbracht
Photography: Wolfram Buck, Thomas Popinger
Communication Concept and Creation for Dornbracht: Meiré und Meiré

Horizontal Shower

Shower lying down – the Horizontal Shower recuperative function makes the bathroom an even more ideal location for relaxation. Spas across the world offer people a place to recharge their batteries, where water applications are often combined with massage for various types of treatment. This is where the concept has its origins.

In contrast to standard vertical showers, the Horizontal Shower is experienced while lying down. The water jets either fall as an invigorating massage with variable temperature, or like a refreshing rain shower, either with waves of water jets or as a gentle spray. From the soles of the feet to the shoulders, all parts of the body are showered either in the same or in opposing directions via six horizontal outlets, or WaterBars, which are located above the heated body support area.

You can choose between three pre-programmed settings, which use different types of water jet. The Balancing, Energizing and De-Stressing settings combine various jets and regulate them depending on the amount, jet strength and temperature of the water. The central eTool control panel is integrated into the upper part of the body support area.


Manufacturer: Dornbracht
Concept & Design: sieger design
Picture Copyright: Dornbracht
Photography: Thomas Popinger
Communication Concept and Creation for Dornbracht: Meiré und Meiré

Water Modules

The functional Water Module outlets support processes and allow treatment rooms to be individually configured. This enables different treatments in the smallest of spaces – in both the wet and dry zones.

Concept development kicked off with comprehensive market research based on people's real-life experiences – how they spend their time in the bathroom and what sorts of wants and needs they have, be they related to hygiene, beauty or well-being. For instance, a pouring pipe with laminar spray integrated into the bench in the wet zone enables recuperative treatments. Alternating-temperature part-body showers and knee showers have proven their worth in promoting circulation and stimulating metabolism.

According to your individual needs, functionally optimised outlets are integrated in the dry zone. A fixed spout can be swivelled by up to 180 degrees thanks to a rotatable aerator. It is ideally suited for filling up an oral irrigator. A flexible, detachable shower with textile sleeving is convenient for washing hair at the washbasin. It can be positioned on either side for left or right-handed individuals respectively.


Manufacturer: Dornbracht
Concept & Design: sieger design
Picture Copyright: Dornbracht
Photography: Stephan Abry
Communication Concept and Creation for Dornbracht: Meiré und Meiré

Bath &
Foot Bath

A bathtub and foot bath fit precisely into the spacious wet zone. And they simply need to be covered to provide a seat for other regenerative treatments or a space where users can take a shower lying down.

A foot bath with special water nozzles promises relaxation and positive effects in line with the ideals of Sebastian Kneipp. Studies show that showering the knees or other individual parts of the body in cold water improves blood flow and stimulates the metabolism and circulation, triggering positive effects throughout the entire body. It is also possible to configure automatic scenarios that include these treatments. The pouring pipe with a laminar spray features a thermally decoupled handle, making it safe and easy to use while taking a foot bath.

Products and solutions featured in the visualisations include Dornbracht's FOOT BATHATT and Smart Water concept.


Manufacturer: Dornbracht
Concept & Design: sieger design
Picture Copyright: Dornbracht
Photography: Stephan Abry
Communication Concept and Creation for Dornbracht: Meiré und Meiré

Scenario Control

Connectivity simplifies processes and increases convenience. All products are fully networked, enabling settings to be comprehensively configured to suit people’s requirements either ahead of time or spontaneously via an app from wherever they happen to be.

Innovative technologies prove their mettle by facilitating processes or creating unique experiences. The bathroom settings integrate diverse elements – water, light, fragrance and sound. If desired, digitalisation allows daily harmonisation to people’s needs, according to the weather, their schedule and their personal mood.

Smart Water enables the user to navigate different kinds of water supply. To this end, the concept brings together two Smart Tools: a precision display switch to control outlets, scenarios and ambient factors such as fragrance, and minimalist dials that can either be used to adjust the water’s temperature or regulate the amount. When combined, these tools allow for preset or individual choreographies in the shower, in the footbath or at other points where water comes into play. The system is easy to use for a wide range of users – whether short or tall, young or old. And this was one of the defining aims of the interface.

Products and solutions featured in the visualisations include Dornbracht’s Smart Water concept and app visualisations by sieger design.


Manufacturer: Dornbracht
Concept & Design: sieger design
App visualisation: sieger design
Picture Copyright: Dornbracht, sieger design
Photography: Wolfram Buck, Marcus Jans
Communication Concept and Creation for Dornbracht: Meiré und Meiré

Washstand

The clear separation into a dry and a wet zone makes it easier for more than one person to use the bathroom at once. Optionally, a double washbasin with plenty of space can be integrated. The mirrors and glass surfaces convey a sense of openness and space.

The washbasin design can be tailored to different requirements and stylistic preferences, with lots of options including freestanding, recessed, countertop or bowl basins. In combination with furniture elements, they create a lot of storage space in a compact area. The bathroom can be used by two people at once – for example, at the same time as a partner or family member.

Products and solutions featured in the visualisations include the Unisono basin by Alape, the Tara. fitting series by Dornbracht and products from the Happy D.2 bathroom series by Duravit.


Manufacturer: Alape
Concept & Design: sieger design
Picture Copyright: Alape GmbH

Manufacturer: Dornbracht
Concept & Design: sieger design
Picture Copyright: Dornbracht
Photography: Thomas Popinger
Communication Concept and Creation for Dornbracht: Meiré und Meiré

Manufacturer: Duravit
Concept & Design: sieger design
Picture Copyright: Duravit AG

Shower Toilet

A shower toilet with integrated bidet function is both comfortable and convenient. Washing with pure water and individual washing/temperature settings meet hygiene and cleanliness requirements.

In order to conceal the function and create a convenient seat/shelf, the toilet can be integrated into a practical bench, while toilet accessories can be stored in drawers or pull-outs.

Depending on how the room is used and how the elements are arranged, the toilet is positioned so that if the door opens it doesn’t touch the user but conceals them from view instead.

Products used in the visualisations include the Happy D.2 WC with the SensoWash® Starck e toilet seat from Duravit.


Manufacturer: Duravit
Design: sieger design (Happy D.2 WC), Philippe Starck (SensoWash® Starck e)
Picture Copyright: Duravit AG

Spaciousness in
two areas

The wet zone

Despite the limited space of just over 6m2, the room offers a range of usage options – including for two people. This applies in particular to the generous and luxurious shower area, which is separated from the rest of the space on two sides by a glass barrier. The bathroom flows visually into the sleeping area, enabling daylight to enter. If necessary, a curtain can be drawn. SSPS® features both a vertical 1 and a horizontal shower 2. Since the innovative shower applications make it just as comfortable to shower lying down as to take a bath, there’s no need for a bathtub. If a bathtub is expressly required, it can be precisely integrated (in combination with a footbath, for example) and covered when necessary so that it can be used as a seat 4. An integrated shower tube with a laminar water flow enables a variety of additional regenerative applications 3. Right from the ceiling down, minimalist design maximises the quality of the user experience. With an integrated rain panel, the water comes down as though from the sky. A steam bath and other scenarios help to prevent illness and to maintain and promote health.

The dry zone

The "dry zone" is also characterised by minimalist design and a high level of functionality. Specialist discharge points can be positioned at the double washbasin 6: an extendible sprinkler head that can be used, for example, to wash hair; a tube for applying water to individual parts of the body; and a fixed outlet that can be used in conjunction with a 180-degree aerator jet for oral irrigation 3. The display 5 integrated in the mirror or cabinet front allows users to individually control outlets and scenarios that incorporate the entire room. A shower toilet offers a high level of convenience 7.

Emotional
ambiences

Lighting

For well-being, it takes a lighting concept that creates a pleasant atmosphere whilst delivering the brightness necessary for day-to-day activities, e.g. the application of make-up. In windowless rooms in particular, light is vital and connects with our senses on various levels. LED technology opens up whole new possibilities. Integrated strip lights and spotlights create the perfect mood in accordance with the user’s personal preferences. They can be operated in line with the various scenarios or set to adjust themselves automatically.

Scenarios

In the “Broadening Horizons” interpretation, the bathroom becomes a unified whole with an intelligent spatial architecture that creates an emotional ambience. The large screen acts as a virtual window, which can optionally display a live camera feed of the surroundings and produce an atmosphere that harmonises with changes in the natural light outside. Through its impact on our body clock and circadian rhythm, this function promotes inner balance. The intelligent architecture includes sophisticated light control. Throughout the bathroom, there are flat surfaces that neatly house the functional options and act as a canvas for individual scenarios like the invigorating rainfall scenario.

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The mission statement of sieger design is to develop brand concepts and products with a unique selling point that are distinctive and success-oriented. The design agency has been driving significant trends in the sanitary industry since the early 1980s and has been the innovative force behind many types of product: the first designer bathroom fittings, holistic bathroom collections, expansive rain effect systems and scenario-controlled showers.

At Harkotten Castle, the design process is managed by an interdisciplinary team of around 45 employees. Working on behalf of partners in the industry such as Dornbracht, Alape and Duravit as well as a host of other international brands, the company develops holistic strategies and designs that are based on scientifically sound analysis and visionary thinking.

Michael Sieger and his team work with the utmost sensitivity, an eye for timeless, often archetypal forms and a keen understanding of functionality, innovation and sustainability. He has received numerous international design awards in recognition of his unique instinct for trends and long-term developments. Together with his brother Christian, he manages the successful family business sieger design, now in its second generation.

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