Bathroom becomes plastic with Kartell by Laufen
It will be officially presented at the ISH fair in Frankfurt today but will also appear in Milan for the Salone del Mobile (April 9 to 14). Kartell by Laufen is a project dedicated to the bathroom that combines the Italian brand that for over 60 years marks the history of design and decor in the sign of plastic, with the 120 years of precision and reliability in the production of ceramic sanitaryware by the company in Switzerland.
Two companies that have in common an industrial approach to production towards research and technological innovation and a market of reference. A combination of this meeting was the project Ludovica + Roberto Palomba with their creative leadership in the design of the bathroom. “A synthesis of the work we have done in recent years in the bathroom” tell the two designers “that represents a major step forward in this field.”
The Kartell by Laufen Bathroom wants to be an achievable dream, aesthetically sophisticated but accessible. It is presented as an integrated architecture, an interconnected ecosystem where sinks, toilets, faucets, cabinets, shower trays, bathtubs, lights and accessories complement each other for a flexible configuration. The most innovative is of course the use of plastic transparencies and glassy polycarbonate dry draw edges while the amber plastic soft lines provide a rounded outline.
Another innovative feature is the choice of palette. It sets aside the primary colors, the colors of the land that decline the orange sand, the starry blue, white turns warm yellow and the cold ones migrate into the blue.