Suspended Glass Bathtub Sphere Brings Innovative Design into Modern Interiors
Innovative glass bathtub challenging traditional interior design
A glass bathtub shaped like a sphere is innovative, extravagant and impressive. The bathtub Bathsphere from designer Alexander Zhukovsky adds a futuristic feel to modern bathroom design and offers to decorate modern bathroom interiors with a spectacular hanging from the ceiling bathtub made of glass.
The glass bathtub is a contemporary alternative to cast iron tubs in vintage style. The glass sphere suspended from the ceiling makes a great decoration for a bathroom or any room, creates a stunning focal point for modern interior design and improve the taking bath experience. The beautiful views from large windows turn taking a bath into a very pleasant, relaxing and sensual experience.
The Bathsphere bathtub design is defined by the space in space concept. The designer is challenging traditional interior design and living space organization by placing a bathtub outside of a private bathroom. Modern bathroom design merges with a living room, creating one multifunctional, beautiful and comfortable living space without a private place for taking a bath.
Suspended glass bathtub design
This extravagant bathtub design project allows urban dwellers to relax in a beautiful room with a gorgeous city views, adding a charming detail to contemporary interior design. Being inside a glass sphere, you can create your own environment, to simulate rain, change the temperature inside the ball, humidity, light, sounds and even smells.
The Bathsphere bathtub design offers to create a different mood in a room in accordance with your needs and wishes. Hanging from the ceiling, the glass sphere looks weightless, visually uniting two spaces, – bathroom and living room.
Perfect for modern penthouses and luxurious homes with private yards, the contemporary bathtub design creates a unique opportunity to enjoy the water and panoramic views.
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by Ena Russ
last updated: 26.07.2013
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