Bathing and showering in one
If you lack the space for both a shower enclosure and a bathtub in your bathroom, choose an asymmetric bathtub. You will obtain a large bathing area compared to the area a bathtub would occupy.
What is an asymmetric bathtub?
Asymmetric bathtubs are designed to be placed in a corner but do not have the same length and width as a corner bathtub; as such, they are something between a corner and rectangular bathtub. The dimensions of asymmetric bathtubs start at 75 cm in width and 140 cm in length and are therefore suitable for small and medium-sized bathrooms. On the other hand, the LoveStory II bathtub with dimensions of 196 x 139 cm will be appreciated by taller individuals and customers with larger bathrooms.
In the bathtub itself you are actually lying at an angle, so you can utilise a greater length than the actual length of the bathtub along the wall, giving you greater comfort.
A variety of shapes
Asymmetric bathtubs come in a wide variety of shapes, from the well-known to the hot new design from Czech designer Kryštof Nosál, who rotated a traditional bathtub by a mere 10° to create an asymmetric bathtub with all of its advantages.
The name and proper shape of asymmetric bathtubs started with RAVAK. RAVAK asymmetric bathtubs are practically designed for bathing and showering to meet the actual needs of customers.