Switzerland

Eva Mechler  |  Schreinermeisterin  |  Massivholzwerkstatt Möbel Manufaktur

T: CH +41 43 818 51 25  |  Mobile: CH +41 78 904 74 87  |  Email us​

Germany

Eva Mechler  |  Tischlermeisterin  |  Massivholzwerkstatt Möbel Manufaktur

T: DE +49 33 967 50 88 40  |  Mobile: DE +49 175 593 51 77  |  Email us​​​

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AWARD WINNER

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International Yacht & Aviation Awards

Wood for the Bathroom

Collection

 

 

 

Q: What are you working on currently?

 

A: Currently, I am presenting my Wood for the Bathroom Collection. The pieces are made to order from solid wood to the highest level of craftsmanship and Their simple design reveals the charisma and sensuality of wood. The construction is also designed to work with the wood’s natural technical qualities so they are very strong.

 

 

Q: Why do your clients prefer made to order furniture?

 

A: Made to order allows you to view the furniture online or in a showroom before you buy it. When you order your funiture it can be tailored to your needs and reflect your personality. However this is still bespoke furniture: for example, you can request modifications, such as the type of wood or the final size of the furniture.

 

 

Q: Why choose wood for the bathroom?

 

A: Wood is a strong, pliable and beautiful raw material that can be produced with less energy and pollution than artificial materials such as steel and plastic. All the wood I use is FSC Certified which means it comes from sustainably managed forests. My clients can be sure that in choosing wood they are making a better choice for the planet.

 

 

Q: What kind of settings are suitable for a wooden bath?

 

A: Wood brings elegance to a variety of settings, such as the confined space of a yacht or small home, but wood is equally impressive when displayed in a large bathroom, a spa, hall or gun room, or as part of an integrated living and sleeping area.

 

 

Q: Is combining wood and water new?

 

A; The concept of a wooden bathtub or washbasin is not new. In Japan, for example, there is a long-standing tradition of people soaking in wooden tubs known as “ofuro” for pleasure, health, and relaxation. Stepping into a warm bath where the scent of wood combines with gently steaming water is regarded as an essential ritual at the end of every day. Making such a bath takes great skill. For the cabinet maker, there is a challenge to ensure that the wood is not adversely affected by its contact with water. However, using a hand applied multi-layered oil and wax combination in the surface finishing provides protection which with proper care can be durable for well over twenty years of everyday use - at least as long as a conventional bath.

 

 

My Lookbook

 

Just get in touch to obtain further information about my work. My Lookbook, which has real samples of wood, has been published and is available on request.