The Vessel, a floating hammock styled bath tub made from carbon fibre by Splinter Works, provides you the most relaxing form of relaxing. Designed for use in a wet room, Vessel is suspended from the walls and does not touch the floor. It is fixed with stainless steel brackets that can be covered over, or left revealed. The bath is filled using a floor standing tap and the waste water released through the base into a floor drain.
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ReCOVER coat rack by teracrea is inspired by nature. The handle is made of beech wood, traditionally used for this type of tool. Some branches, however, have "grown up" here and there, to suggest a sort of archetypal tree, simple and geometrical. The end of "forking" can be placed in any flower pot. The umbrellas and raincoats hanging wet sgoccioleranno course, enabling the recovery and reuse of water. Size: 35 cm x 35 cm x 170 cm H.
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These wooden Jpeg coat hooks, inspired by traditional wooden pegs, have handy pegs allowing you to clamp your photos, notes, or even store your mail! Each hook also contains super strong magnets meaning you can also stick them to your fridge creating a handy place to hang your tea towel and peg your shopping lists or the kids' drawings.
The sleeping bag sofa, called Camp Daybed, is designed by Stephanie Horning. "I began to compare the life of a modern nomad with camping; it's the feeling of simplicity and independence when we're outside in nature that inspired me. The pieces are reminiscent of the outdoor world and retain their functional character, but are frozen in their movement: a sleeping bag on legs, a torch in a power strip made of stone, and an umbrella stand with a large tabletop." says Horning.