All The Right Angles: Bathroom Trend
Perfectly straight edges and crisp lines are paired with precision engineering to produce the sharpest bathroom fittings on the market.
Grohe’s Eurocube line features cut-out detailing on the lever handles to reduce the perceived volume of each piece, while highlighting the minimalist appeal of the collection. As smart inside as they looks outside, the pieces in the Eurocube collection feature GROHE SilkMove® – for smooth and comfortable operation of single lever mixers and GROHE StarLight® – a resilient chrome finish.
Designed by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, the Kartell for Laufen collection is made using the revolutionary material Saphirkeramik that combines the properties of plastic and ceramic. Made with a mineral called corundum, the material has been used to craft the sharp angles of this washbasin combining the exceptional hardness and folding strength of steel with all the advantages of classic sanitary ware – it’s hygienic, hardwearing, and has a long lifespan.
Described as ‘ pure, elegant, natural or raw’, Philippe Starck’s clean-cut ME bathroom collection for Duravit has been reduced to its bare essentials with delicate edges that gives pieces a light, almost rimless appearance. In addition, new developments have made it possible to reduce the weight of the toilets and bidets in the range, resulting in attractive, sleek, self-contained components without fixing niches at the sides.