This week we will take a look at some wild/expensive/bad/awesome bath spaces with rockin' showers- tag along! It's time to get inspired in the bathroom and this is the week to do it.
The Snail was created by Italian Benedini Associati for Agape Design, featuring a transparent shell-shaped stall with entrances available from either right or left of the shower. It's unique design can be set free-standing or in a corner to accommodate a smaller space.
Accessories like mirror, shelves, towel holders, etc. are hung from the side of the stall, preventing any permanent mounting.
Got to have it? The Snail is available in the US from Agape Design through New York showroom Studio Anise.
Ok so I love this! Trying to figure out the plumbing though....see from the floor on one shot...sort of like a tub filler set into the floor....but you lose a bit of the "look" on the one where they have an exposed system? Or am I missing something? I love Hansgrohe's Raindance exposed shower system...because the plumber cannot screw it up! Agape is a great company..but pricey! ~~~CherylReplyDelete
I agree with you Cheryl- may only look best when you can really get it low in to the floor. Thanks for the comment!ReplyDelete
I missed this last week - my bad - but I actually really really like this. Feels simple and elegant. I like the last picture with the tile and half shell best!ReplyDelete