Differentiating valueThese successful product introductions stand apart in the industry with distinctive lines and original styling. The jets and recesses are carefully designed to embellish the individual seating options. Competitor seats and recesses are typically blended in a random fashion, with controls designed to reflect mechanics rather than the experience.
Integrated JetsThe jet designs are molded and assembled with stainless steel bezels, and the subtle recess suggest soothing energy.
Pebble controlsControls designed to evoke a zen-like peacefulness accentuate the spa atmosphere, and feature an led-lit base ring for enjoyment in the dark.
Pocket recessesFlowing pockets house the jet bezel, allowing the user to sit back and enjoy the turbulence created by the selection of unique configurations.
Luxury and relaxationThe surface details, bar top, filter cover, and jet recesses must all integrate into a single statement. However, it is the design of the seating which provide the opportunity to highlight the individual and inspire a personalized narrative.
Spas require features and configurations to coordinate and communicating luxury, health, and comfort. On the showroom floor, these units can’t be tested before making a purchase decision. The careful selection and integration of elements is the emotional trigger which negotiates the sale.
‘Catabria’ is the first in a series of highly successful new product introductions by Hotspring Spas. Its feature set was designed and developed with the user experience in mind. There was surprisingly little competition in the category for a well proportioned, original, and thematic approach to detailing.
Aria, like Catabria, takes the newly established product language further, with updated electronics and inspired details.