The 'Ceva' Tub Brings Mathematical Accuracy to Bubble Baths

By: Alexandra Choli - Published: Mar 19, 2009 • References: hughthomasdesign & instablogs
If you are a fool for the math-governed universe, you will fit right in this geometric bathtub by Hugh Thomas, the slick Ceva Tub.

Named after the Italian mathematician Giovanni Ceva, the sharp bathing design promises mathematical accuracy in embracing your strained, and possibly a bit dirty, posture. Apart from its ergonomic mold, the futuristic tub provides maximum water submersion and a subsequent eco-friendly attitude, minimizing the water volume required for your relaxing bubble bath.

With elegant geometric angles and vividly colored interior, Ceva brings a refreshing breath in the otherwise ordinary bathroom and ensures a unique bubbly experience, although probably a lonely one. I can hardly imagine any two people, other than a couple of well-camouflaged Smurfs, fitting comfortably in that space. Stats for Geometric Bathtubs Trending: Older & Mild
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