Posts Tagged ‘bathrooms’

When it comes to public and private bathroom trends, styles and choices can provide a unique experience for guests. Product design can reflect niche cultural interests while offering a feel-good, clean environment for adults and kids alike. Perhaps kids fight going to the bathroom because they’re not kid-friendly?...

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So fresh and so clean. Even better, so safe. Two products out on the market use advanced technology to protect us from unwanted visitors; burglars and bacteria alike. The hands-free and automatic Nuki Smart Lock first debuted in late 2015. It quickly advanced and can now work with the Amazon Echo. This secure lock...

Established in Dubai, United Arab Emirates in 1995, as a representative to a handful of European manufacturers, the SANIPEX GROUP is a market leading supplier of bathroom fixtures and fittings, tiles and plumbing materials. The company today conducts business in over 30 countries across four continents and represents...

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Where everyone who’s anyone on the international furniture design and manufacturing scene come together: Salon del Mobile. ArchiExpo spins around the fair’s extensive bathroom exhibition to get a glimpse of the latest products to compile a list of the top style trends. 1. Integrity Looking behind the rituals of...

In the olden days, we had long hoses attached to a rickety faucet, pumping water with just a twist of its propeller-like knob. Nowadays, faucets and taps have evolved from the humble knob into different shapes and sizes, aesthetically pleasing to the eye and fully functional. We discovered interesting collaborations...

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This year Agape releases a new version of its DR bathtub using the Rain C Mosaic finish designed by award-winning Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka for Mutina ceramics. Part of the Phenomenon collection by Yoshioka, the Rain Mosaics are made from homogenous porcelain straws in 5 mm thicknesses fixed together densely,...

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In an archipelago where space is a luxury and perfection a normal achievement, the primary, philosophical source of inspiration for an urban bathroom comes from centuries-old traditions. The Onsen, or natural hot spring, is still in the Japanese mind when they think of their urban bathrooms; cleaning the body, and...

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Architect Fabrice Knoll questions the “necessity of intensive use of technology” in our connected society, notably in the bathroom, in his opinion piece for this issue. While Knoll searched out smart products with a sense of simplicity at the Idéobain exhibition for ArchiExpo, we sat down with “sentimental” Italian...

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I was having a conversation with an elderly person about wellness, spas, health and relaxation. The person had trouble walking and catching objects with her hands. The same night I watched my children stand on a stool and reach for the faucet to brush their teeth. I question the necessity of intensive use of...

“I don’t want my work to replicate something, but I want it to be poetically correct,” artist Chyrum Lambert says to ArchiExpo. His Running Water / Red Tile piece, in perfect harmony with this year’s Idéobain exhibition on bathroom products, caught our eye. He begins by painting intuitively with varied materials such...

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