Uniform coloured: the new shower tray Fjord
by Duscholux

07/13

With Fjord Duscholux presents a shower tray in an unique design. The asymmetrical position of the drain with cover in the same colour as the shower tray makes drainage technology invisible for the user.  

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Interview Nexus Product Design: "With rc40, we're giving the wall an integrative function."

07/13

Ulli Finkeldey and Kai Uetrecht are Nexus Product Design and, together with bathroom furniture manufacturer Burgbad, responsible for the development of the bathroom furniture concept rc40. In time for this year's ISH, the innovative module system has been enhanced and extended by the addition of various new components. The collection gives architects and bathroom planners totally new possibilities for structuring the space commonly known as the "bathroom". In an interview, the two Bielefeld-based designers explain their ideas and visions of what living in this space can be like.  

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Neat and tidy with Duravit: Intelligent interiors for drawers

06/13

Brushes and aftershave, lipsticks and cotton pads. The bathroom can quickly become full of a whole host of different products. Intelligent interiors for drawers offer individual solutions for well-sorted storage space.  

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Joyce by Villeroy & Boch: the bathroom with apps

05/13

Individualisation remains one of the strongest trends of the present day. More and more people are taking advantage of the many opportunities to express their individuality, also in their home interiors. Villeroy & Boch has seized upon this trend and playfully interpreted it to create a new complete series for the bathroom.  

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Interview Annette Maria Sonntag: “There must be ways to make the bathroom individual and personal.”

05/13

With the Joyce collection Villeroy & Boch is presenting a concept that redefines individualisation in the bathroom and wants to give it a completely new, ground-breaking dimension. Joyce gives users diverse options to play with forms, colours and accessories and thus to shape the bathroom in line with their own individual ideas. In the interview, designer Annette Maria Sonntag talks about the development of Joyce. 

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BetteBicolour: A seam that isn’t there

05/13

For friends of freestanding seamless monolithic baths made in steel-enamel, the company Bette from Delbrück in East Westphalia, Germany, has a special optical solution: some of the series are also available in the Bicolour version, that is, in two colours. The colour changes right at the transition point between bath rim and bath body, which gives even circular baths a straight lined character trait. 

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