Bathroom furniture and fittings with subtle patterns and textures add interest to otherwise banal bathroom spaces.
Due to high customer demand in the United States, Swiss bathroom design company Laufen is introducing two smaller versions of its popular ILBAGNOALESSI One series basins. Designed by Stefano Giovannoni and known by the nickname “Tuna,” the ILBAGNOALESSI One series basins offer a truly unique shape. The organic asymmetry brings a dynamic sense of fluidity.
Embossed textures, cut outs and white on white patterns bring subtle decoration to these understated washbasins and tubs.
At this year’s Salone del Mobile, Laufen presented new SaphirKeramik washbasin prototypes by Konstantin Grcic and Toan Nguyen.
In city apartments and hotel rooms, space always comes at a premium so it is essential that the furniture and fittings are both compact and highly functional. In the bathroom space, there are a wealth of wall-mounted WC options to choose from that save on space without sacrificing on style or functionality.
The movement and fluidity of water has long been a source of inspiration for designers when creating products for the bathroom. These tile and ceramic designs all feature smooth, organic lines for a serene and calming space.
Swiss company Laufen has been steeped in bathroom culture since its founding in 1892. Laufen’s portfolio of sanitary ware, bathtubs, furniture, faucets, and accessories “reflects a symbiosis of design, quality and functionality.” Combining exceptional manufacturing knowledge with practical elements such as water-saving features, Laufen products are best known for their high style, often achieved through […]
What do you get when you cross vibrant, high quality plastic furniture design with Swiss precision engineering? The answer is Laufen and Kartell’s new bathroom collection.