Reimagined offering: Liva bathtub by Marmorin

Introducing the Liva bathtub, designed by Polish designers Monika Elikowska-Opala and Wojciech Opala of MOWOstudio for Marmorin. The Liva bathtub  reimagines the traditional freestanding tub. Finished in a smooth matte Gelcoat finish, the Liva’s legs appear to melt into the bowl. Inside the tub, an angled back provides a seat, while a central drain made in matching white Gelcoat fits flush into the base.

MOWOstudio was founded in 2010 by Monika Elikowska-Opala and Wojciech Opala.

Polish bathroom manufacturer Marmorin was established in 1985. It is based in a factory in Wschowa.






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