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equitub / bathtub

equitub

The common bathtub is not big enough to stretch out our legs. When we take a bath with baby, the height of water is concerned. Moreover, the old and disabled people get uncomfortable with their body when lying on it. Then should the bottom of bathtub be flat? Equitub has two different depths. Lower-body and foot bathing can be done and especially, it helps to have eye contact between parents and babies so that parents may be easier to get bond with children. The old and disabled could be in better condition as well. Unlike the expensive bathtubs that enlarge the tub and add a seat, equitub maintains the size and utilizes the wasted space.

University

sadi(samsung art & design institute)

sadi(samsung art & design institute)
Seoul, South Korea

Design

sadi(samsung art & design institute)

sadi(samsung art & design institute)
Seoul, South Korea

Donguk, Seo