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Outdoor Baths Attract Parisians To Local Park [Pics]

Outdoor Baths Attract Parisians To Local Park [Pics]
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Designed by Bruit Du Frigo, 'Chamarande-Les-Bains' is a wooden installation that provides an extension of a local fountain.

by Emma Hutchings
  • 1 november 2013

French design studio Bruit du frigo designed a resting place in a Parisian park with bathtubs for the visitors. The wooden installation ‘Chamarande-Les-Bains’ extends from a majestic fountain and is a placed for relaxing, wellness and hospitality.

Public Bathtubs Attract Parisians To Local Park [Pics]

Some of the baths are filled with water, others with cushions, while yellow rubber ducks are placed around the edge of the fountain. Bruit du frigo writes:

Before being a cultural and artistic space, the domain of Chamarande used to be a holiday place for nobility, a place in which water took an important place. Bruit du Frigo intended to create an outside sculpture for those interested in the art exhibition, but also to create a new kind of relationship between a place of art and the common people that may not feel concerned.

Click through to see pictures of the Chamarande-Les-Bains installation:

Bruit du frigo

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