The Seattle Central Library was designed by Architects Rem Koolhaas and Joshua Prince-Ramus. The exterior’s reflective glass crosshatched by steel gives the façade a nearly mesh-like appearance. The library’s 11 floors are arranged into platforms that slant and rise, forming the building’s asymmetrical shape.
INSPIRATION | The Seattle Central Library redefined the perception of libraries – long cast as institutions where purpose is foremost and aesthetic is an afterthought. The Bellevue, too, celebrates the design of the bathtub as an art piece in itself. The Bellevue’s sleek angles recall the shape of a gemstone while creating depth for optimal relaxation. Inspired by the library’s high-art approach, we asked ourselves – what better place to read a masterpiece than in a masterpiece?
Thermal Air System
Island Tub Drain
Remote Control for Air System