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Being able to call Italy home comes with many benefits. Access to rich cultural history, incredible food and a wealth of designers who possess what seems to be inherent to Italian locals – impeccable style.
It’s the latter that helps bathware manufacturer, Falper, stand out from the crowd. With access to leading designers, architects and artisans, creative and boundary-pushing designs are commonplace in Falper collections – each infused with their own unique identity. (more…)
Set on the magnificent Lake Orta, Fantini surrounds itself with what inspires and drives them every day – water. Their newly renovated headquarters, designed by Piero Lissoni and his firm Lissoni Associati, showcase a beautiful synergy between man and nature, where value and respect for the environment is key.
Water is one of the essential elements we’re made of. An integral facet of both our personal and work lives, it’s the thing that makes the bathroom-world go round. Acknowledging the same passion and commitment to water and the ways in which it is delivered to its users, Fantini and Boffi joined forces to develop Aboutwater.
We’re pleased to announce that Eccentric Showers by Rogerseller has been shortlisted in this year’s INDE.Awards in the category of The Object. The Object is granted to the region’s finest in modern industrial design. It celebrates how objects work, what they signify and how they function for the needs of people.
No, this is not a reference to cleanliness, illness or even bathroom-envy, but rather a homage to our environment.
‘Green’ products have historically found their classification in the product features themselves and not necessarily in the processes behind the production, or the facilities that produce them. But that’s beginning to change, with more emphasis given to the green cogs that keep the green machine going.