Architect Jean Nouvel designed the new Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis to harmonize with the industrial forms of the mills and silos along the adjacent Mississippi River. A textural mash-up of rectangular and circular shapes cut by a cantilevered bridge , the façade is as dramatic as the scenes that play out on the stages inside. The building’s exterior celebrates the magic of the theater, as its walls transform to become a large flickering mural once the sun goes down.
INSPIRATION | The Guthrie bathtub is inspired by the modernity of industry. The unilateral bridge of the Guthrie Theatre is exemplified with the addition of the bathtub’s shelf, a stylish design element with bonus functionality. Bathing in the beautiful Guthrie model is a fully sensory experience.
Shelf (can use for deck-mount faucet)
Remote Control for Air System