8 Sleek New Kitchen & Bath Products
Studio Libeskind’s principal architect looked to the fluid lines of neoclassical sculptures for fixtures in vitreous china or fireclay.
Jongeriuslab’s founder applied the same glaze to different colored clay bases for chromatic tiles inspired by oil paintings.
The sink’s slim edges come from a strong proprietary material that blends ceramic with corundum, a mineral component of sapphires.
Carved lines evoking classical Roman columns lead the eye up the striated onyx pedestal to a cavernous, equally patterned basin.
Dappled Italian marble segues from a carved sink to a rectangular shelf with a gently upturned lip to help contain water splashes.
Powder-coated aluminum discs assemble into a freestanding radiator that alludes to the totem poles of the Pacific Northwest’s Chinook tribes.
The wall-hung fixture by the Palomba Serafini Associati
founders is both a ceramic sink and shelf, 47 inches long and less than 2 thick.
Years of prototyping led Muller Van Severen to stainless-steel forks, knives, and spoons, their handles PVD-coated in blue, brass, or copper.