Rub-a-dub-dub in a library-surrounded tub? New York-based PARA Project Architects took a private home library in Syracuse, New York to a new level by installing a gorgeous sunken bathtub smack-dab in the middle of it. Already unique with a super-skinny design, the Haffenden House gets even more charm points with the addition of this ultra deluxe reading room bathtub.
But the Haffenden House’s quirky personality doesn’t just extend to its interior. The ultra- slender build with a drive-thru parking space is sufficiently eye-catching, but it’s the home’s semi-transparent silicon facade and deformed windows that make the design even more striking. The inside has a few other cool design twists too. In addition to the gorgeous sunken bathtub in the library, the third floor is said to have a curved floor.
And if you guessed that a design like this would attract some attention, you’d be absolutely right. The Haffenden House recently received an Award of Merit by the American Institute of Architects.
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