I wanted to create a premium spa with an instantly recognizable design, which plays with gravity, like a sculpture : Elegant silhouette, curved edges and capsular shapes give it its light and joyful appearance. 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.
The sober lines and the use of stainless steel magnify the environment in which Space Oddity is installed, whether indoors or outdoors, in a historic or contemporary place.
An aesthetic that does not concede anything to the comfort of use : ergonomic seat,soft-touch interior surface (glass microbeading), possibility of placing the jets and blowers on demand.
And finally the options such the choice of the grating (shape and material) and the color of the tank and make each Space Oddity unique
Olivier Felix Isselin is a French-Italian designer born in 1974 in Langres(France).
He studied architecture, but also worked in the field of events and communication, as well as in contemporary art, where he notably managed art galleries.
In his various professional activities, Olivier Felix Isselin stands out for his creativity and attention to detail. He is a designer, creator and manager all at the same time, knowing how to combine his artistic skills and his skills in project management.