Posts tagged as 'bathroom'

'Skin' by Ceramiche Refin

During last year’s Cersaie Exhibition the Italian specialist for highquality ceramic tiles Ceramiche Refin presented ‘Skin’, a slim and light stoneware of only 4,8 mm thickness, which is especially suitable for renovations, as it can be easily laid out, without removing any pre-existent tiles. ‘Skin’ is available in different colours, decorations and sizes, the latter being a real novelty for slim stoneware tiles: 30×60, 30×90, 60×60, 60×120, 90×90.

'Skin' by Ceramiche Refin

Laid out, without removing any pre-existent tiles: 'Skin' by Ceramiche Refin

more products by Ceramiche Refin @ Architonic

Mon 3.5.

News by Ex.t (IT)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 03.05.2010 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

'Notch' by Alex Bradley for Ex.t

In occasion of this year’s Salone del Mobile the Italian manufacturer Ex.t presented a range of new eclectic objects for the bathroom, all cretated by young international designers. Amongst them the British Alex Bradley who we got to know at the 100%Design in London last year when he presented his leaning mirror for the first time.

‘Lean’ is a multi-functional mirror and storage surface which allows users to hang up towel, bathrobes and clothes.

‘Notch’ is also a piece for temporary storage. The raised back section of the side table and stool provides an area to lay literature open.

'Lean' mirror by Alex Bradley

Eclectic bathroom by Ex.t

more Ex.t products @ Architonic

'Mono-Lite' by Thing Design

The Zurich based designers Cédric Facchin, Marco Di Paolo and Michael Abegg, together Thing Design, recently won the “antoniolupi Dressed Stone 2010 Design Contest” with their asymmetric free standing lavabo ‘Mono-Lite’. The monolithic piece made from marble and glass will be part of next year’s antoniolupi collection.

'Mono-Lite' by Thing Design

Award ceremony with Thing Design and Andrea Lupi, chairman of antoniolupi

more antoniolupi products @ Architonic

Mon 2.11.

‘Mint’ – the new Latvian label

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 02.11.2009 - Tagged as: , , , , , , , ,

'Air' chair by Mint

'Air' chair by Mint

Rauzas Company, the 1997 founded Latvian furniture manufacturer recently launched its new label ‘Mint’. At this year’s ‘Neue Räume’ in Zurich they presented their first collection, a range of modular and easy to combine furniture.

Mint kitchen

Mint kitchen

All Mint furniture are made out of ash-tree grown in Latvia as well as high quality veneer. Stainless steel and plastic elements are used for details and strapping.

Wooden basket by Mint

Wooden basket by Mint

Mint bathroom

Mint bathroom

Floormat by Mint

Floormat by Mint

Mint sideboard

Mint sideboard

to the Mint website

'Nastro' by Ritmonio

'Nastro' by Ritmonio

At this year’s Cersaie – the International Exhibition of Ceramic Tiles and Bathroom Furnishings – the North Italian manufacturer Ritmonio presented this family of tabs designed by the Monaco-based Peter Jamieson. ‘Nastro’ (italian for ‘ribbon’) lives up to its name: the twisted line characterises the graceful appearance of the fittings.

'Nastro' by Ritmonio

'Nastro' by Ritmonio

'Nastro' by Ritmonio

'Nastro' by Ritmonio

to the Ritmonio website

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