Roger Seller’s exclusive range of “wellness solutions” now includes Sky Line, a private and decadent approach to relaxation in the home.
May 3rd, 2013
With the Sky Line Sauna, an age-old Scandinavian tradition is matched with Italian design and craftsmanship to deliver two exceptional in home saunas.
Designed by Talocci Design for Effegibi (world leaders in the wellness sector), the Sky Line employs ground-breaking new features such as floor to ceiling glass across the length of the unit, LED lighting with 5 fixed colours and 4 dynamic cycles as well as white light to provide enriched colour therapy.
What results is a light-filled sanctuary that stands apart from its peers by doing away with any sense of claustrophobia, elevating the sensory experience.
Natural Canadian Hemlock timber detailing makes for an enriching experience whilst the introduction of glass is done so without any loss of performance or efficiency, retaining all the health benefits a dry sauna provides.
Through their revision of traditional materials and layouts, Talocci have reintroduced the sauna as a piece of furniture, that sits seamlessly with the home, hotel or gym – a true pairing of much loved tradition and the best in technology.
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