Kaldewei design made by Sottsass Associati of Milan
April 13th, 2012
Designed by: Sottsass Associati
“We follow old traditions in the bath, and use it to organise our thoughts,” is Ettore Sottsass’s formulation of the basic principle behind his co-operation with Franz Kaldewei GmbH & Co. KG. The focus is on the practical application of the individual objects. For many years, the people at Ahlen have used the timeless and impressive designs by the Sottsass Associati design studio; the spirit of its late founder, Ettore Sottsass, who died on 31.12.2007, lives on in its many superlative products.
Winner of a Red Dot, IF and Design Pries awards, MEGA DUO combines generous proportions with aesthetic independence. The baths are made to be shared. Two identically formed backrests and the central waste make for optimal bathing comfort for two people, along with broad armrests on both sides of the bath.The curvy one-piece panel harmonises beautifully with the bath’s inner contours and allows for freestanding placement.
Materials: 3.5mm Kaldewei Enamel Steel
Dimensions: 1800 x 900 x 450mm
t. 1300 133 320
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