Geo freestanding bathtub by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba



GEO 170X70 is a stylish freestanding bathtub designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba in 2012. It’s a part of the Geo Collection and it has a minimalist and contemporary design. It features a compact outer shell and a delicate design with soft curves that form an overall geometrical but elegant and chic form. The lines are clean but rigorous.

GEO 170X70 is an acrylic bathtub that measures 1700x700xh600 mm. It can either be used as a freestanding tub or placed against the wall. It has versatile design and dimensions that allow it to be easily integrated in a variety of decors. It’s suitable for both small and spacious bathrooms. The design is simple and sophisticated at the same time and it’s mostly due to the geometrical appeal of the form. But this apparently pure and very simple bathtub actually offers more than it lets you see.

The GEO170X70 is also a hot tub that allows you to relax and let all the stress go. And to make things even more interesting, the tub also has a system that allows it to color the water inside it in different shades such as aqua blue, green, orange or yellow. In a dark environment, the light is reflected on the wall and around the tub. It’s just a detail that allows you to spice up the atmosphere.


Published by in Bathtub, on July 2nd, 2012

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