Ljubljana-based design studio, Desnahemisfera, has designed Symbiosis, a contemporary bathtub with a built-in washbasin for design firm Kerrock by Kolpa.
Designed in an all white colour and with unsightly pipework hidden away, this chic bathtub has been made for relaxing.
According to the designer: “Symbiosis is the harmony of a bath and washbasin. The merger of two bathroom fixtures creates a form completely adapted to the human body. All plumbing installations are concealed from the human eye in the dual bottom, bringing to the fore the design purity of the object itself.
“Besides the design aesthetic, Symbiosis is also a technologically advanced product, as water temperature and water pressure can be controlled at the touch of a button, while its built-in speakers enable you to play your favourite music on your mobile phone or device while you enjoy a relaxing bath.”
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