The Kartell by Laufen bathroom

Category: Design Published on 24 Apr, 2013 Tags: , , ,
The Kartell by Laufen bathroom

The Kartell by Laufen bathroom is a complete, integrated project, which came about from the original inspiring approach of Kartell, its design, its quality and its essence, which, through the interpretative project skills of Ludovica+Roberto Palomba, have combined with the innovation of Laufen, giving rise to a collection pervaded with the aroma of emotion.

Kartell by Laufen places itself on the market of desirability and seduction with a great persuasive capacity. A dream that is realizable, with sophisticated yet accessible, chic yet understated aesthetics.

The Kartell by Laufen bathroom

With design and total quality as its watchwords, the Kartell by Laufen bathroom takes shape as an integrated architecture; an interconnected ecosystem where washbasins, sanitaryware, faucets, units, shower bases, bathtubs, lights and accessories coexist with the maximum flexibility, changing their appearance like chameleons to meet the taste requirements of all.

The glassy transparencies of latest-generation polycarbonate and the bare edges of the totemic floor-mounted washbasin will attract those who love minimal, moon-like, rarefied environments; the ambered plastic, the round softness of the washbasin, the bathtub in the style of a infinity pool will seduce a public that is better disposed to decoration, to play, than ever. The rigid geometry of the ceramic items is tempered by the multicoloured lightness of the plastic elements. 

The Kartell by Laufen bathroom

Introduced in the new Kartell by Laufen bathroom is the revolutionary SaphirKeramik, a material that allows performance characteristics that were unthinkable until today. A radius of curvature of the corners up to 1-2 millimetres (until now the maximum reached was 7-8 millimetres) for washbasins thin as blades, of an extreme lightness, not only visual but actual – SaphirKeramik is a material weighing half that of normal ceramics – equal only to its inimitable mechanical resistance. An avant-garde material that cannot be scratched and withstands impact from chemical agents of detergents and limescale.The Kartell by Laufen bathroom The Kartell by Laufen bathroomThe Kartell by Laufen bathroom The Kartell by Laufen bathroom The Kartell by Laufen bathroom The Kartell by Laufen bathroom The Kartell by Laufen bathroom The Kartell by Laufen bathroom The Kartell by Laufen bathroom

all images courtesy of KARTELL


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