With time, the cultural association of any objects changes. There was a time in Nineteenth century when the physicians would go to funeral homes to pick up exhumed skull for research and then came a time when skull and cross bones came to be associated with the occult and later, danger. Now is the time when a skull can mean delving deep into your own space, having a great relaxing time with yourself. The Sensory Deprivation Skull does all that and more for you. It was created in 2007 by Joep van Lieshout of Atelier Van Lieshout.
The major component used in the construction is fiberglass, the structure measures 150 cm tall by 110 cm long and 137 cm wide. It has a bath and a sauna that can be enjoyed in complete privacy.