June 14, 2017

Kitchen Bath Roundup

Him by Ludovic + Roberto Palomba for Zucchetti. Photography by Enrico Costantini.

1. Designer: Ludovic + Roberto Palomba for Zucchetti.

Product: Him.

Standout: Squared-off, geometric fixtures in nickel-plated brass are wide and flat, allowing water to pour like a waterfall. 

Code by Piero Lissoni for Boffi. Photography by G. Gastel.

2. Designer: Piero Lissoni for Boffi.

Product: Code.

Standout: Designers can tailor the kitchen island with a range of fossilized woods, stones, and metals for a bespoke look without the price tag. 

Piana by Michael Lammel for KWC. 

3. Designer: Michael Lammel for KWC

Product: Piana.

Standout: The tall single-lever faucet has pleasing curves and an upward-inclined spout offering plenty of water workspace. 

Marmo by Antonio Gardoni and Federico Castelli for Aquabrass.

4. Designer: Antonio Gardoni and Federico Castelli for Aquabrass

Product: Marmo.

Standout: Custom plating from rose gold to black nickel is on offer for these wall-mounted sink fittings with discs of Bianco Carrara or Nero Marquina marble.

Fe-Man by Leonardo Mercurio for Antonio Lupi. Photography by Muriana Francis.

5. Designer: Leonardo Mercurio for Antonio Lupi

Product: Fe-Man.

Standout: A sinuous standing basin is rendered in Cristalplant Biobased, a recyclable mineral composite. 

Fontane Bianche by Elisa Ossino for Fantini.

6. Designer: Elisa Ossino for Fantini.

Product: Fontane Bianche.

Standout: A spectacular faucet descends from the ceiling in one straight line, ending just above the sinka half-sphere carved in a chunky block of marble. 

Metris by Phoenix Design for Hansgrohe. 

7. Designer: Phoenix Design for Hansgrohe. 

Product: Metris.

Standout: Sculptural angles and curves define a faucet with a magnetically attached pull-out spout that extends up to almost 20 inches. 

Freestanding Bathtub by Laura Kirar for Kallista. Photography by Laura Kirar.

8. Designer: Laura Kirar for Kallista.

Product: Freestanding Bathtub

Standout: The cast stone tub accommodates not one but two bathers and boasts graceful lines that flow up from a statuesque plinth. 

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