Why KOS called this the Geo 180 rather than 360 is tough to say – seeing as it provides an incredible in-the-round outdoor bathing experience. What sets this apart from the standard soaking or hot tub? The shower above adds an exotic touch to be sure.
In some ways, this design harkens back to classic models of communal bathing in hot springs or other natural water sources. Overall its simplicity speaks volumes – the experience alone of sitting back against the gently curved surface with water sprinkling down from above is enough to sell most of us on this amazing outdoor bath design.
While KOS carries a whole range of luxurious, complicated and very contemporary shower boxes, interior waterfalls and other bathing fixtures this one is in a way the most impressive simply for its return to, well, simplicity – the experience is the central point.
You can buy this luxury tub at Tanini Home.
“Bathtub made in methacrylate composed of an inside apron reinforced with fibreglass and a chipboard panel and an outside self-supporting apron with a fixing system to the floor, 9 adjustable feet, drain assembly type push-to-close/click-clack waste with trap complete with hidden overflow. Version complete with blower system with 24 jets, pre-heated air and pressure adjustable using the onboard control panel and Idrocolore® system with 32 optic fibres to colour the water with six basic colours, mixable as the user sees fit using the control panel.”
More info about KOS, who offer a range of luxury bathroom fixtures:
“Two leading trademarks in the international panorama of design for the bathroom ambience, two brands united by a shared philosophy and purpose: the desire to explore every new opportunity in the market of bathrooms. Creating new design products with a distinctive personality, meeting different demands in taste, and capable of personalizing and redesigning an environment, while transforming it into a veritable statement of lifestyle.”