The Richmond Olympic Oval in Vancouver is a premiere multi-use sports venue originally built to host speed skating events during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. The architectural design of the Oval was inspired by the image of the Heron, a wild bird native to the nearby Fraser River. The concept of flow, flight and fusion is visible in the delicate juxtaposition of the building’s curved and linear forms.
INSPIRATION | The clean lines of the Richmond imbue this bathtub with an architectural flair. Natural balance and beauty emerge out of its symmetrical design, while the effect of the walls slightly fanning outward creates an inviting respite for an extra-deep soak. The addition of the shelf marries style with functionality – always a winning combination.
Shelf (ability to deck-mount a faucet)
Remote Control for Tower