Cubi Basin

Tue 03 2008

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Cubi is a basin that sits partially within the cavity of a standard stud wall. It is a simple design that reduces the basin’s impact on the powder room’s usable area. It is fixed in-between studs not to the face of the stud as in the traditional wall hanging method. Cubi combines 3 essential powder room items in the form of an integrated basin, toilet roll holder and towel rail, creating a package solution for a simple, clear-cut powder room.Mick Moloney

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Many household products are now touching on emotion and user experience by means of materials, technology and light. I wanted to use some of these means to enhance the user experience of the bathroom mirror. Going beyond the reflection; growing reflections. When the mirror is in a condensed state, the heated decorative pattern will dissolve the condensation. This will create a “growing or enlarging” effect as the condensation disappears around the pattern. The Ambi – light surround creates a soothing and relaxing ambience.Justin Wagemakers

Leaf Basin

Tue 03 2008

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Inspired by the leafs’ ability to channel rain water via its thin surface and provide shelter for what lies beneath, the design draws on these qualities to combine a wash basin together with a laundry trough to save space without compromising its functionality. Consisting of a thin angled lid that pivots on top of a laundry trough, this multifunctional piece offers a space saving package as the main focus of the design.David Feng
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Arc combines three functions into one simple, discreet unit. A discreet hot and cold logo is all that indicates a hidden function, inviting the user to interact. A wide (but controlled) plane of water emerges, momentarily extending the arc beyond its metallic form. The mirror pivots along one edge to reveal a concealed storage cabinet. Arc strikes a balance between form and function, highlighting both the preciousness and scarcity of this rich resource, and highlighting the elemental beauty inherent in cascading water.David Goss

Peak Bath

Tue 03 2008

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  At a time when consciousness of water conservation is at an all time high, the Peak Bath provides a luxury  bathing experience, using less water than other products. The design is contoured to more closely fit the posture we take when bathing, with a peak rising to fill the spaces below our knees, significantly reducing the volume of water needed for adeep, luxurious bath while creating a striking sculptural statement in your bathroom.Lyndon Craig

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