Posts tagged as 'Laufen'

Thu 27.11.

Campus Collective Party by Laufen at Art Basel / Design Miami 2014

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Laufen presents the first US presentation of the SaphirKeramik project by designers Konstantin Grcic and Toan Nguyen

Laufen presents the first US presentation of the SaphirKeramik project by designers Konstantin Grcic and Toan Nguyen

Miami Ironside’s creative community together with Laufen North America and the the Museum of Contemporary of Art North Miami will be opening their showrooms and studios for a night of music and performances, a night celebrating art and design for the Campus Collective Party on December 3, 2014.

 

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Thu 28.11.

To the Power of Two: the Kartell by Laufen bathroom programme

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.11.2013 - Tagged as: ,

'1 plus 1 can equal more than 2', says Laufen's Director of Marketing and Products, Marc Viardot. The new Laufen by Kartell collection, the result of an intensive collaboration, is a space-defining, added-value total concept for the bathroom

’1 plus 1 can equal more than 2′, says Laufen’s Director of Marketing and Products, Marc Viardot. The new Laufen by Kartell collection, the result of an intensive collaboration, is a space-defining, added-value total concept for the bathroom

Collaboration isn’t for everyone. If you’re to make it work, it involves serious time and resources, not to mention a genuine willingness to go beyond your usual MO to achieve a creative result with added value. Celebrated Italian design brand Kartell and leading Swiss sanitaryware specialists Laufen, however, show just how great the reward can be. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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Mon 11.11.

Walk the Line: Laufen launches its revolutionary, ultra-thin SaphirKeramik

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Surpassed only by diamond in terms of hardness, corundum lends Laufen’s innovative new ceramic an unparalleled hardness, permitting sanitaryware designs with ultra-rational, thin-walled forms

Surpassed only by diamond in terms of hardness, corundum lends Laufen’s innovative new ceramic an unparalleled hardness, permitting sanitaryware designs with ultra-rational, thin-walled forms

Why do manufactured products look the way they do? Often it’s practical necessity. Sometimes it’s aesthetic tradition. In the case of sanitaryware, it’s due historically to the materials limits of Vitreous China and Fine Fire Clay. Enter SaphirKeramik, a new material innovation from leading Swiss manufacturer Laufen that is set to change the bathroom landscape. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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Thu 31.10.

Bathroom Bliss

Posted by Walter Phillips on 31.10.2013 - Tagged as: , ,

‘Emotional’, ‘sustainable’ and ‘sophisticated’ are the keywords behind the design of the colourful, ambient Palomba Collection

‘Emotional’, ‘sustainable’ and ‘sophisticated’ are the keywords behind the design of the colourful, ambient Palomba Collection

Take incomparable ceramics, add premium plastics, specify ‘sanitaryware’ and ask designers Ludovica and Roberto Palomba to blitz it up. What you get is the best of Kartell and Laufen. (Text: Alexandra Onderwater)

 

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Tue 4.6.

The AIA Europe-Laufen Architecture during Art Symposium

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.06.2013 - Tagged as: ,

The AIA Europe-Laufen Architecture during Art Symposium

Photo: Marc Fornes & THEVERYMANY

The amazing range of what is called architecture today – from pop up shops, to computer generated blobs, to buildings – no doubt influenced by the powerful world of art and design, is the subject of The AIA Europe-Laufen Architecture during Art Symposium.

 

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Both the bath and the ‘Menhir’ wash basin are free-standing, highly sculptural pieces that provide an arresting focal point within any bathroom space

When it came to launching their latest family of products, high-end Swiss bathroom manufacturer decided to buck the trend for the ultra-rational and focus on building on the softer, timeless design language of its earlier Palomba collection. The result: the striking Palomba Collection 2012. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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The official partner of ‘Salon Suisse’, initiated and organised by Pro Helvetia, is the Swiss bathroom specialist Laufen; photo by Laufen

Salon Suisse, the early evening event programme accompanying Miroslav Šik’s Swiss Pavilion exhibition at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia - returns tomorrow (16 October) with the second event block under the heading ‘Talking architecture practice,…and a touch of the Swiss.’ Curated by the London-based editor Robert Guy Wilson and held at the Palazzo degli Ulivi Trevisan, the series of readings, presentations, performances, panel discussions and workshops will ‘devote itself to architectural practice’ and ‘highlight the peculiarities of Swiss architecture’ while ‘drawing comparisons with the situation in the UK.’

 

For detailed programme and to register visit www.salonsuisse.laufen.com

Amunt - Architekten Martenson Und Nagel Theissen - the winners of this year's AR House Awards

Earlier last week, architects Bjorn Martenson, Sonja Nagel and Jan Theissen of Amunt practice have been announced the winners of the first prize in this year’s edition of AR House Awards for their passively heatable and partly pre-fabricated single family home project, ‘Just K, Zero Energy House‘.

 

Organised by Architectural Review and held at the Laufen Forum, the AR House Awards were awarded for the second time. Here, the winning trio explains why they decided to build the house as a solid wood construction, what is the difference between designing a public building or a private house and what does the award mean to them. (more…)