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Carlo Colombo's Cuna Bathtub For Antonio Lupi

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Recently introduced at this years Maison et Object show was the Cuna bathtub designed by Italian architect and designer Carlo Colombo (who also designed the Vascabarca-Barcavasca boat shaped bathtub) for Antonio Lupi.

The modern bathtub has a built in backrest and comes in two color variations; white on white and olive green exterior with white interior.

The one thing I have to say, being relatively short in stature, is that, although I haven't sat in this tub personally, I fear that if you weren't tall, and couldn't anchor your feet at the end of the tub, you might continually slip into the water . But that's just speculation on my part.

What do you think?

above images courtesy of Antonio Lupi and Contemporist.

Carlo Columbo's stone carved boat-shaped tub for Anotnio Lupi:

You can see the limited edition Vascabarca- Barcavasca Tub here.
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