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Web press article – GUIDE-PISCINE Pro – published on 07/10/2023.

Olivier Felix Isselin archives.

Space Oddity: a spa with an avant-garde design, by Linoxydable.

Linoxydable, a brand specializing in the design and manufacture of stainless steel swimming pools and spas, presents its Space Oddity project, which reflects the avant-garde spirit of its creator.

The Space Oddity spa by Linoxydable, which won the A’Design Award & Competition and a Silver Japan Design Award  © Linoxydable / Olivier Felix Isselin
The Space Oddity spa by Linoxydable, which won the A’Design Award & Competition and a Silver Japan Design Award
Faithful to pure forms, designer Olivier Felix Isselin wanted to create a spa with an instantly recognizable design, with an elegant silhouette full of finesse, curved edges and capsular shapes, for a light and joyful appearance.

The Space Oddity spa is entirely made of 316L stainless steel. It has an ergonomic seat, massage jets and bubblers strategically placed for great comfort of use. It is also equipped with Ozonex ozone water treatment, healthy and effective for great bathing comfort.
Finally, the spa has several customization options: color of the tank, choice of grating, placement of jets and blowers on request, … each Space Oddity is thus unique.

Space Oddity, a spa with an avant-garde design, by Linoxydable  © Linoxydable / Olivier Felix Isselin
Space Oddity, a spa with an avant-garde design, by Linoxydable
The spa is entirely manufactured in Langres (Haute-Marne), in the workshops of Chaudronnerie de l’Est, France’s leading manufacturer of storage tanks.

“I wanted to create a spa with an instantly recognizable design, which plays with gravity, like a sculpture. An assumed “space age” look that refers to an era of freedom and carelessness.
This spa had to be entirely made of marine stainless steel because of its aesthetic, hygienic and also ecological qualities: 100% recyclable material with a neutral impact on the environment and unrivaled durability.
And finally, I wanted a spa that didn’t compromise on comfort of use. »

  • Olivier Felix Isselin, creator of Space Oddity spas

Note: the project recently won the A’ Design Award & Competition in Italy, a Silver Japan Design Award, as well as a Paris Design Awards in the Sports and Leisure category.


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