The main challenge was obtaining a greater comfort through an non traditional shape.
I tried to add something to make the product better and innovative, but without scaring the user. The result was exciting and very much appreciated by the public.
This innovation consists in having tilted upwards the seating plane. This solution was determined by careful research that considered two important aspects.
The first aspect focused on study of a shape that could invite the user to assume a position most suitable to obtaining natural comfort, without resorting to extreme and outdated shapes. The second analyzes the target market of this collection, mostly European, where the people tend to live longer and be elderly, and so very often they have problems with knee joints.
Combining these factors the solution was clear, raise as much as possible the front area of the seating plane to minimize stress to the knees and at the same time to invite the user to assume a more natural position during the use of the toilet and bidet.