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Wei Chung Lee's Undulating 'Wavflow' is an Ideal Place to Relax

 - Aug 9, 2009   Updated: Jun 2 2011
References: coroflot & yankodesign
Nature's sculpted curves are making their way into all aspects of home design, and Wei Chung Lee's 'Wavflow' bathroom concept is one such example.

With undulating waves and scalloped levels throughout the tub, faucet and toilet, Wei Chung Lee's 'Wavflow' bathroom looks like it's sculpted from a single piece of material. It's an absolutely gorgeous design that would definitely transport its user to another land.

Implications - Consumers living in urban spaces are eager to reconnect with the natural environment. When that is not possible, simulating the natural environment can provide a similar, serene experience. Companies might consider how they can make the design of their products reflect some element of nature.