Standalones, sapphires and a strudel king
by Thomas Edelmann | 4/25/2014
The design of the new SIDD freestanding tub by Kos begins from the search for stylistic and formal balance, borrowing from the harmony of traditional aesthetics to arrive at a contemporary, refined synthesis. Its flowing, sinuous lines create a welcoming basin shaped to match the contours of the body and inviting relaxation. Its volume is spacious and comfortable, and it is made dynamic by its continuity with the base, which tapers gently to make the basin look longer.
The reduced thicknesses and the softness of the symmetrically designed curves combine lightness with elegance in the design, whilst the solid surface material gives the surfaces a matte effect and a tactile, silky feel.