October 4, 2017

5 Stunning Kitchen and Bath Fixtures

When beautiful brands meet brilliant designers, stunning products emerge.

Cromatica tiles by Studio Formafantasma for Cedit. Photography by Lorenzo Capparucci.

1. Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi for Cedit.

Product: Cromatica. 

Standout: Ettore Sottsass tiles for this brand, dug out of the archives, inspired Studio Formafantasma to design versions in glossy or matte ceramic.

Volcano 36 02 by Hans Thyge Raunkjaer for Quado.


2. Hans Thyge Raunkjaer for Quadro

Product: Volcano 36 02.

Standout: A contemporary take on the gooseneck faucet, in brushed stainless steel, this tall, slender mixer is the perfect height for countertop vessel sinks.

Lariana sink by Patricia Urquiola for Agape.

3. Patricia Urquiola for Agape

Product: Lariana.

Standout: An offshoot of a bathtub designed for Italian hotel Il Sereno Lago di Como, this round or oval sink perches off-center on a pedestal base.

Code sink by Piero Lissoni for Boffi.

4. Piero Lissoni for Boffi

Product Code.

Standout: A sink in hand-plated brushed brass combines with a pedestal in real green or pink onyx to yield a stunner of a fixture.

THG bath fittings by Timothy Corrigan.

5. Timothy Corrigan for THG Paris

Product: West Coast.

Standout: Art deco objets from the likes of Cartier and Christofle influenced this line of bath fittings with engraved handles.

THG engraved handles by Timothy Corrigan.

> See more from the July 2017 issue of Interior Design

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