October 2021

Posts tagged as 'Alape'

Tue 7.11.

Bowled Over: Alape

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.11.2017 - Tagged as:

Bowled Over: Alape

Two new surface colourways “Metallic Dark Iron” and “Bicolour” refresh the classic’s look in honour of its anniversaryBowled Over: Alape


20 years ago Gerhard Busalt designed the first dish basin for ALAPE. A clean shape for clean hands. Here’s how it all began.(text by Katharina Sommer)


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Fri 25.11.

Clean/design: Alape’s Washbasins And Washstands

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.11.2016 - Tagged as:

Clean/design: Alape's Washbasins And Washstands

The German premium manufacturer Alape combines aesthetics and functionality, innovation and craftsmanship in puristic design for everyday life

Premium German manufacturer ALAPE designs washplaces for every layout.


Tue 5.7.


Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.07.2016 - Tagged as: , ,

Alape bathroom - rational yet warm desiign

Alape’s archly architectural Folio washplace marries rational yet warm design with the latest in glazed-steel production technology


Premium German manufacturer ALAPE, with its innovative approach to design and technology, has been shaping the experience of water in the bathroom since 1896. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)


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Tue 2.12.

Washplaces with Character

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.12.2014 - Tagged as: , ,

Timeless: the captivating "Sondo" design is made of 3 mm thick glazed steel

Timeless: the captivating “Sondo” design is made of 3 mm thick glazed steel

In 1896, Adolf Lamprecht founded an enamelling and die-cutting works in Penig, Saxony, thus laying the foundations for the company that today trades under the acronym “Alape”. Since relocating in 1954, Alape has been producing individual washplace solutions for private and semi-public spaces in Goslar, Lower Saxony. Its success is founded on its glazed steel washbasins and washstands, as well as on a unique symbiosis of craftsmanship and technology within the manufacturing process. (by Atrium)


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