Just because you are a respected architect doesn't mean you are confined to designing buildings. Take Zaha Hadid, who is in the middle of creating futuristic retail stores for American shoe designer Stuart Weitzman. Daniel Libeskind—the architect who is most famous for his winning design for 1 World Trade Center—has also taken a break from skyscrapers with an unusual project: hot tub design.

Libeskind's Flow Jacuzzi first appeared in Milan in the spring, and last week, it debuted at the British trade design show, Tent London. The sharp angles give the tub a Libeskind touch, and as Artinfo puts it, "But while the illusion of torque makes sense as a reference to the swirling water (and hydromassage technology!), those hazardous corners don’t quite put us at ease." Relaxing or not, we would definitely take a dip in this bubbling piece of design.

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[via Artinfo]