Designed by Bruit Du Frigo, ‘Chamarande-Les-Bains’ is a wooden installation that provides an extension of a local fountain.
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.
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: