AquamoonATT von Dornbracht

AquamoonATT by Dornbracht: a shower experience for the sences

04/19

At ISH 2019 Dornbracht presented AquamoonATT – a multi-sensory water experience for bathroom and spa. Automatic choreographies of water, flow modes, light and fragrance should provide an individual moment of bliss.

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Body & Soul: Peter Ippolito about the bathroom as a material-oriented world of experience

02/19

As a material-oriented world of experience, the bathroom is the perfect place to harmonize body and soul.

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Elisabeth Endres about new approaches in the construction industry

02/19

Speaker Elisabeth Endres understands "low-tech" less in the sense of "no tech" than in the sense of robustness against uncertain boundary conditions and develops strategies between passive and active components in the building design.

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European-style comfort: first Kempinski hotel in Cuba

09/18

Luxury hotel Kempinski in Havana offers opulent hospitality with high-end bathroom solutions made by Kaldewei.

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Bathroom in a box – an Australian sanitary solution

07/17

With UB1, the Australian sanitary company Uniq Bathrooms presents an extremely compact sanitary solution: toilt, sink and shower in one.  

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New design options with ViPrint – Ceramic shower trays with modern tile designs

03/16

The new digital printing technology for ceramic shower trays from Villeroy & Boch, ViPrint, harmonises sanitary ceramics and tiles. 

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Bathrooms for young and old

02/16

Stylish furnishing trends have no place in the bathroom. Really? Are sanitary facilities still technology-driven and, given the effort required to install them, should they be functional and long-lasting? However, why there are more and more design proposals interpreting the bathroom as a trend-oriented space for living whilst also responding to societal trends, like health consciousness and demographic developments. 

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Unrestricted individuality:
the barrier-free models of DuraStyle

12/14

Design for all! It is a claim that can be fulfilled with an architecture that adapts to changing needs and allows new possibilities. With its Vital products the Black Forrest based company Duravit wants to enable people with restricted mobility a nearly unrestricted individuality. 

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Lighting solutions concealed in the walls

08/14

Simple lighting units smoothed flush into plasterboard as concealed lighting elements - with this idea Georg Bechter wants to bath the room in light. With Verve light and wall become one. 

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Functionality in the most restricted spaces

07/14

Guest bathrooms have become an established part of modern life. Nearly half of all German households have such a bathroom, and they are seen as essential when planning new homes. Cubbyholes that used to house the vacuum cleaner, toilet paper and other odds and ends have been transformed into imaginatively individual oases of well-being. 

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Bette: solutions for a bespoke bathroom

06/14

For steel enamel specialists Bette, made-to-measure bathroom items are by no means unfamiliar territory. Nowadays, about half of all the tubs, shower trays and washbasins that leave the factory are individual, made-to-order solutions. For both the bathroom planner and the end customer, this opens up totally new perspectives for bathroom design: a customised bathtub or cut-off corners that allow enough space for the bathroom door to swing open are just as feasible as an upstand that makes a silicone seal along the edge of the tub superfluous. 

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Bathroom trends in modern home worlds – an interview with designer Michael Lammel

02/14

Michael Lammel, managing director of the Aachen-based design company NOA, and his team have investigated the impact of global social trends on the layout of modern residential buildings. In the interview the designer talks about the results of his research. 

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The wall unit that turns the bathroom into living space

10/13

Bathroom furniture specialist Burgbad has developed a new kind of bathroom furniture system in collaboration with designer Marc Sadler: Cconceptwall. Unlike conventional bathroom furniture collections, Cconceptwall is a modular “wall in front of the wall” system. The crucial product benefit Cconceptwall offers is however the, so the manufacturer says, almost infinite combinability of its elements. Similarly to a construction set, the washstands can be combined with deck-mounted or wall-mounted fittings, tall cabinets, mirrors and shelves in various sizes and top panels as required. 

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