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virtual spaces for the bathroom of tomorrow. 

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. 

06/18

The toilet roll holder as a sign of the times: will its future be electric?

Because of the shower toilet the toilet roll holder seems to be headed south. However, now it has a good chance of making a comeback as a convenient shelf for mobile phones. And equipped with "wireless charging" he could even become the media center in the bathroom. 

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11/17

Diva 2.0 makes stage debutWaiting to make a grand entrance

How is a piece of exquisite furniture perceived in considerably less exquisite surroundings? Bathroom furniture specialist burgbad decided to find out and turned its new Diva 2.0 collection into the protagonist of a backstage scenography. 

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09/17

Dark and matt: Dornbracht’s Vaia comes with a new surface

Not a bit glossy: With its dark, silk matt colour the new dark platinum matt finish of Vaila expands the possibilities of individual bathroom design. 

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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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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

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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09/16

Duravit: ceramic glaze against germs in sanitary areas

Whether at the workplace, sports facilities or airports, hygiene requirements are high in both public and semi-public buildings. This is why they are an essential part of the respective building concept.  

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09/16

"Shower toilets provide more independence for people with restricted mobility."

Kirsten Wienberg, head of Global Product Development & Design at Villeroy & Boch, explains in the interview everything you need to know about shower toilets.  

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08/16

Kludi Push: Operation of shower and bathtub at the push of a button

Kludi Push is a sophisticated user interface for shower and bathtub: Ergonomic push buttons start and stop the flow of water at the push of a button, and the temperature can be pre-set on the thermostat handle. 

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06/16

Deep heat for the shower

With Bilbao, Repabad aims to transform the shower into an infrared cabin and encourage the private bathroom’s evolution into a “health room”. 

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04/16

Twice by Alape: A double washstand with a functional design

The new double washstand Twice by Alape combines high functionality with a sleek design. The design by Sieger Design meets the demand for washplaces that could be used by two persons at the same time. 

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04/16

Dramatic presentation or integration – why not both? The Incava built-in bathtub from Kaldewei

The Incava von Kaldewei is a bathtub which is suited to classic built-in installation, yet has an striking presence in the bathroom thanks to its high rim and the generous corner radii. The organic interior lines and the two gently curving back rests lend the built-in bathtub its harmonious look which exudes a sense of safety and comfort. 

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03/16

"Accentuate your bathroom": The new Lissé series of fittings from Dornbracht

Dornbracht's new Lissé series is a designer fitting that is geared to a quality-conscious as well as budget-conscious target group. It has an aesthetic quality that wants to sets an open invitation to simply and easily enhance the interior design. 

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03/16

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

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

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03/16
burgbad, Coco

Coco: the essence of quiet strength

The new Coco (burgbad) collection conjures up a sense of expressive lightness in small, urban bathrooms. 

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01/16

The S1 by Klafs: Sauna with Zoom

With S1 Klafs presents the world's first sauna to retract at the touch of a button – just like a zoom lens on a camera.  

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10/16

Hewi Dementia Washbasin: Orientation through contrast

Hewi has developed a washbasin especially for dementia patients. The function is signalled by a permanently attached coloured marking. 

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09/15

One Bathroom for all Ages, Shapes and Sizes

Separate bathrooms for the children, parents and grandparents: Even if you can’t afford this luxury, you can have products suitable for all ages, shapes and sizes – and which are flexible, comfortable and chic. 

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09/15

ME by Starck of Duravit: Sensual Lightness of Being

With ME by Starck Duravit presents a minimalist range for private and public areas. With the new range, the French designer wants to satisfy the desire for pure aesthetics. Recurring design element is a slender rim. 

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08/15

Häfele turns bathroom furniture into entertainment centres

Nowadays many people like to listen easily and quick to their favourite music – also at home in their own four walls. Häfele’s sound products are quick and easy to fit and can be installed either visibly or invisibly in nearly all types of furniture. 

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08/15

Hansgrohe: ShowerSelect novelties with high-quality glass surface

With its new concealed ShowerSelect thermostats Hansgrohe presents a timeless and clear design, a wide shelf and a high-quality white glass surface. 

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