Guillaume Goguen. Bathroom. May 17th , 2017.
The popular koi fish symbol inspired a lot of beautiful designs including this unusual sink. This is a freestanding washbasin inspired by the Japanese culture. It has scales on its sides which form a beautiful pattern. The brass and marble combo is not a very common one and the Koi freestanding sink makes the most of it.
Vanico Maronyx showed their Taiga tub, said to have been inspired by the lakes of Quebec, Canada. Made for one or two people, it includes a backrest that is comfortable for sitting in the tub and reading. The wood feature on one side is an interesting detail. This model from Vanico comes without a base and instead features an LED light that seems to make the tub float.
Freestanding tubs have become very popular in the past few years and the trend shows no signs of slowing down based on the offerings shown at IDS2017. Designers are presenting new finishes and shapes, as well as down-sized versions of luxurious tubs for smaller bathrooms. Native Trails showed this spectacular Santorini soaking tub, which is forged from high-quality recycled copper. Master coppersmiths spend weeks crafting the textured finish with thousands of hammer strikes.
The inspiration for this exquisite sink is the element that also gave it its name: Diamond. This is a modern and sculptural interpretation of a timeless feature meant to add richness and style to the bathroom. This freestanding sink does that through a beautiful combination of marble and gold-plated brass and a sculptural geometric form.
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