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The modern bathroom is a multifunctional place where elemental needs meet the desire for a little beauty in life, the desire for a sense of security and luxury. High-tech mingles with primordial naturalness, daily routines blend with cleansing rituals. United by design, materials, architecture. 

Pop up my Bathroom gives visions a place to unfold. A team of creatives, experts and trend researchers explores the possibilities that modern bathroom design holds for the bathroom culture of an individualistic society. We gather information, discuss tendencies, allow ideas to take experimental shape. With a realistic background, but with no real barriers. 

08/17

Assist by Alape: stylish assistant for the bathroom

Alape's Assist line is a complementary shelf system for the A˘form basin and washstand range and the matching A˘system furniture systems. 

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08/17

Cecilie Manz designes new bathroom series Luv for Duravit

Nordic elegance combined with soft colors: these are the attributes to the new bathroom series Luv by Duravit, created by the Danish designer Cecilie Manz. 

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07/17

Bathroom in a box – an Australian sanitary solution

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

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07/17

Toto equips the Louvre with sanitary facilities

The redesign of the Hall Napoléon at the Louvre includes sanitary products from Toto. The products were donated by the company. 

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06/17

Sonar: Patricia Urquiola designs the third generation of SaphirKeramik for Laufen

Sonar is the new new collection – including washstands and bathtubs – from Laufen in SaphirKeramik, designed by Particia Urquiola. 

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06/17

New installation and sealing systems: simpler, faster, more secure

Enamelled shower surfaces can be installed with even greater ease and securely sealed with Kaldewei’s complete systems. 

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05/17

Collection Montreux from Axor: Time travel to the early 20th century - now also in the kitchen

Montreux, the legendary spa resort on the shores of Lake Geneva, was the inspiration for a collection reminiscent of the beginnings of the 20th century. Now the series has been extended by kitchen fittings and a showerpipe. 

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05/17

Rehau Crystal Mirror: mirror yes, glas no

With the Rauvisio crystal surface, Rehau is committed to the material glass. The polymer glass laminate stands out for a range of advantages compared with real glass - even as mirror. 

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04/17

Smart technology from Grohe warns of damage by water

With Sense and SenseGuard, Grohe presents a revolutionary warning system for the home. The app-controlled water sensor is designed to help prevent water damage. 

 

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04/17

Interview with designer Partick Frey: “I wanted to create a feeling of softness and warmth.”

In the interview Patrick Frey talks about the creation of the Villeroy & Boch Finion collection. 

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04/17

Dornbracht Touchfree: convenient water control without a visible sensor

The contact-free and automatic control Touchfree from Dornbracht has an invisible sensor and is developed specifically for the semi-public sector. It enables architects, interior designers and planners more creative freedom in their schemes. 

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03/17

Burgbad’s rc 40: Mirror cabinets in a new lighting dimension

The new innovative mirror cabinet range from Burgbad offers a concept for optimizing the room lighting in the bathroom. Different lighting moods can be pre-programmed. 

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03/17

Lecture at Pop up Atelier: Mathias Knigge about new bathrooms for the elderly

Mathias Knigge of grauwert, a consultancy for inclusive design, products and services, reports on the development of age-neutral solutions based on the Design for All concept. 

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03/17

Lecture at ISH: Teresa shows Universal Design with the help of a holistic product concept

Basic of the klecture is the master thesis of Teresa Meister. The goal was to use universal design to generate innovations for a company by picking up on influences and trends. 

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03/17

Lecture at Pop up Atelier: Sascha Peters about 3D-prints for the bathroom

In his lecture Sascha Peters shows additive technologies opens up the possibilities when it comes to components and products for the bathroom and sanitary sector. 

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03/17

Lecture at Pop up Atelier: Torsten Müller about luxury bathrooms

In his lecture, Torsten Müller presents luxurious bathroom and private spa creations and exclusive luxury products. 

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03/17

Lecture by Thorsten Moortz at Pop up Atelier: Using individualism to triumph over online (price) comparisons

In his presentation Thorsten Moortz shows, how to counteract comparative offers from the internet: with client- oriented individualisation on bathroom planning. 

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03/17

The Bathroom Ambassador Franziska van Almsick in a talk on water, bathrooms and trends

In an interview with Jens J. Wischmann (VDS), Franziska van Almsick speaks about the effects of water on well-being, trends and the pleasures of bathing. 

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03/17

Lecture of Torsten Müller about the influence of prominent figures on bathroom design

Torsten Müller ventures a glimpse into the future based on everything from stylistic elements to concrete products and his own visionary concepts.  

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02/17

Lecture of Werkstatt Bad about innovative installation methods

Taking “We present the future” as their slogan, the representatives from Werkstatt Bad are planning to give a hands-on demonstration of rational installation methods in their talk. 

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02/17

Lecture at Pop up Atelier: Daniela Heinemann about current developments of barrier free bathrooms

People who have to cope with physical or agerelated limitations know just how important a safe and easy-touse bathroom is when it comes to their independence and wellbeing. In his lecture Jens J. Wischmann talks about current developments of barrier free bathrooms. 

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