Spa Business issue 2 2021

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Product innovation

Industry suppliers tell us about their latest product, treatment and equipment launches Hytte introduces Nordic-style modular cabins For spa operators looking to offer a stand-alone experience – including anything from wellness treatments and meditation to floatation – and where social distancing and exclusive use is a given, the new modular cabin by Hytte could be a solution. With a Nordic aesthetic, the cabins blend into the natural surroundings, are built using FSCcertified wood and insulated using natural and recycled materials to ensure energy efficiency. They have a minimum footprint of 24sq m and arrive onsite fully constructed and fitted out, ready for use within 24 hours. Off the shelf options are available or units can be custom made with potential features including a king size bed, seating area, toilet/ shower, stove and kitchen. Hytte is a new company formed in partnership with architects

Koto Design, which draw inspiration from Scandinavia, and interior design and branding firm Aylott & Van Tromp. Co-founder Nathan Aylott says Hytte “can be used to adapt and grow a business, expanding and adapting to market conditions in an incredibly short time frame, in a way that you just can’t with a traditional hotel ”

The cabins arrive onsite fully constructed and fitted out

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