Versatile, multifunctional bathtubs are replacing conventional ones. We have already told on the pages of our website about the Brezza bath-sofa from the ZaafDesign company. And now the time has come for a much more interesting and elegant solution. Tulip bathtub - this, as it is not difficult to guess from the name, tulip bathroom.
Not every one of us can afford a bathroom of such a size that there is a separate bathtub with a jacuzzi, a separate shower cubicle, and a place for meditation in addition to it.
In the bathroom of a typical panel apartment, the bathtub itself can hardly fit, let alone additional amenities. But the multifunctional tulip bathtub Tulip Bathtub from the designer Piotr Pyrtek is designed for small spaces. But, nevertheless, it combines both a bath and a shower stall.
Of course, it is difficult to surprise us, who are accustomed to taking a shower right in the bath, hiding behind a cellophane curtain with such an innovation. But this idea sounds unassuming only in words. In visual terms, Tulip Bathtub looks very, very interesting.
It is not without reason that Tulip Bathtub carries the word “tulip” in its name, which means “tulip”. This bath is, in fact, similar to the aforementioned flower. When its "bud" is closed, the Tulip Bathtub is a shower cubicle. When the flower opens, this booth turns into a full-fledged bath with glass walls.
From the outside, it is not entirely obvious how to get inside the Tulip Bathtub when it is in shower mode. But, if you look closely at the visualizations of the project created by Piotr Pyrtek, you can see that the glass part, being in a vertical position, can move left and right.
I am glad that, judging by the size, this wonderful tulip-shaped bathtub will fit even in the bathroom of an ordinary Khrushchev. However, the residents of Khrushchev are unlikely to be able to afford such a miracle of design and engineering art.