Hoesch’s Bathtub Foster is a stylish and striking addition to the modern bathroom.
July 3rd, 2015
Designed by star architect Norman Foster, the bathtub is exemplary of the man’s mastery of stylistic concentration. Foster both channels a sense of futurism and harkens back to the traditional zinc bath, offering ultramodern comfort with stylish flair.
Not simply serving as a striking design, the high sections at each end gently support the head and shoulders while being used. Bathtub Foster is equally suited to freestanding and built in positioning. Generous in capacity yet light in appearance, the bath is ideally suited to form part of a cohesive interiors range for both domestic and commercial bathrooms.
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