Bathing with Sharks

We are not revisiting JAWS but are smitten by the very elegant Shark Bath. It’s a tub plus shower system with additional jet sprays on the side arms. Designer Michael Samoriz was totally inspired by the oral cavity of this magnificent animal and has cleverly depicted its strong jaw line through the bath’s exterior extensions. Quite sophisticated and smooth for an imposing theme like this!

Designer: Michael Samoriz for Umbra-design

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    • bydandan says:

      i think is more look like killer whale than shark.

    • bydandan says:

      i think is more look like killer whale than shark.

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    • adesignaddict says:

      hmm…is it just me or does this baththub/shower-thing actually look like a gigantic baby carrier?

    • adesignaddict says:

      hmm…is it just me or does this baththub/shower-thing actually look like a gigantic baby carrier?

    • refreshho says:

      elegant, but where are the water hook-up and controls?
      It looks like there may be some pinch-points at the sides for little arms to get stuck.
      I've never bathed a baby, but it looks like it would slide around in that bowl. Maybe it slides the kid into the ideal position or something –surely they researched this.

    • refreshho says:

      elegant, but where are the water hook-up and controls?
      It looks like there may be some pinch-points at the sides for little arms to get stuck.
      I've never bathed a baby, but it looks like it would slide around in that bowl. Maybe it slides the kid into the ideal position or something –surely they researched this.

    • adesignaddict says:

      ok, so firstly it's not actually a baby carrier. i just said it looks like one so no problem with sliding children on that part. secondly, i do like the design. although there is some complexity to the different parts in this overall form, it still has a very simplistic and unique look to it. i especially like the matte finish that indicates the roots to it's original idea, bones.

    • adesignaddict says:

      ok, so firstly it's not actually a baby carrier. i just said it looks like one so no problem with sliding children on that part. secondly, i do like the design. although there is some complexity to the different parts in this overall form, it still has a very simplistic and unique look to it. i especially like the matte finish that indicates the roots to it's original idea, bones.

    • I wanna see the inside, seems a little uncomfortable for my ankles and feet to be on a slipper slope. Sweet Idea though! Looks good too

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