Mike Bouchet’s Jacuzzis are first built from cardboard and then coated with fiberglass and paint. The shapes and sizes of the Jacuzzis are derived from crude sketches of shapes designed to hold a human form, though often in eccentric or uncomfortable positions. They function as small scale architectural forms, in which the person can imagine him or herself floating. Though these Jacuzzis are sculptural, they can hold water and be outfitted to function like any commercial jet-water whirl-pool. The first Jacuzzis were made in 1998, and Bouchet continues to design and produce them for various celebrities around the world.