Share on Facebook

Mon 5.7.

‘Axor Bouroullec’ by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Axor Hansgrohe (DE)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 05.07.2010 - Tagged as: , , , ,

Washbasin 'Axor Bouroullec' for Axor Hansgrohe

Founded in 1901 in a small town in the Black Forest the German manufacturer Hansgrohe proved to be one of the most experienced specialists for sanitary accessories. In 2001 Philippe Grohe, grandson of the founder Hans Grohe, launched the Hansgrohe design label Axor and got celebrated designers such as Antonio Citterio, Philippe Starck and Patricia Urquiola on board. This year Axor Hansgrohe presents a new collection designed by the Paris based design duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. ‘Axor Bouroullec’ consists of 85 items including different sorts of basins, mixers and solutions for the bathtub and the shower areas.

'Axor Bouroullec' by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Axor Hansgrohe

The design of the bathroom ceramics is characterised by an arrangement of different functional plateaus.

Hanging washbasin 'Axor Bouroullec' for Axor Hansgrohe

Bathtub 'Axor Bouroullec' by Axor Hansgrohe

Shower 'Axor Bouroullec' by Axor Hansgrohe

'Axor Bouroullec' showroom

more Axor Hansgrohe products @ Architonic

more Bouroullec products @ Architonic

The Independent Source for
Products, Materials and Concepts Architonic | architecture and design
Creative materials consultants to the architecture and creative industries. Creative materials consultants to the architecture and creative industries.
Fascinating World of Design for
Modern Kids Kidsmodern - Fascinating World of Design for Modern Kids
Broadcasting Architecture Worldwide Broadcasting Architecture Worldwide
International Architecture News International Architecture News
Online Design Magazine Online Design Magazine