The bathroom could be a purely ultilitarian space, if not for designers contantly thinking up new ways to make the space more inviting and tactile. These new bathroom designs were just some of the latest items that stood out for us at this year’s Salone Internazionale del Bagno, the bathroom section of the Milan Furniture Fair. Watch for them!
In keeping with today’s nomadic lifestyles, here’s a washbasin that you can bring along with you anywhere! Hidden, designed by Giulio Gianturco for Makro, is a box that contains a washbasin made of Corian, an integrated stainless steel tap, a mirror fitted with a magnifying lens, lights and a drawer.
Is this the start of a flood of see-through fixtures? Philippe Starck reinvented the bathroom faucet with the Axor Starck V by Hansgrohe, which has a clear body where you can see the vortex of water rise and spill out through the spout.
For what the Milan Furniture Fair had in store, read these blog posts:
Milan Furniture Fair Report #1 — Our Picks From Brands We Love
Milan Furniture Fair Report #2 — The Best From Young Designers
Milan Furniture Fair Report #3 — Quirky & Unconventional Designs