A luxurious bathtub from Splinter Works – a vehicle for total escapism

Splinter Works Vessel - A luxurious bathtub from Splinter Works

Inspired by the two symbols of relaxation, a hammock and a tub, Splinter Works designers have proposed themselves to combine the two forms in order to develop a piece that shall take the idea of relaxation to another level. Therefore, the hammock has turned into a suspended tub, a vehicle of pleasure and a sanctuary of full relaxation. Designed for use in a wet room, the Vessel tub is suspended between the walls and it does not touch the floor. It is fixed with stainless steel brackets that can be covered over, or left revealed.

The bathtub is supplied with water using a floor standing tap and the residual water is expelled through a drain located on the floor. If there isn’t the possibility of installing the tub into a wet room, then it can be installed a downpipe drain. The Vessel tub is made from fiberglass, having a typical texture of the canvas hammock and between the layers of fiber there is a foam core that insulates the tub and keeps the  water hot for a long time. The luxurious bathtub has a length of 2.7 meters which is more than an average tub but concurrently personalized dimensions are available. Pictured here in black, it also available in red, blue, yellow, pink, bronze and pure silver. Having a clean design with simple lines and curved shape, the Vessel bathtub created by Splinter Works, invites you to dream and relax.

Splinter Works Vessel - A luxurious bathtub from Splinter Works

Splinter Works Vessel - A luxurious bathtub from Splinter Works

Splinter Works Vessel - A luxurious bathtub from Splinter WorksSplinter Works Vessel - A luxurious bathtub from Splinter Works

Splinter Works Vessel - A luxurious bathtub from Splinter Works

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