Inspired by artist Donald Judd, the Minimum series by Milan-based Victor Vasilev emphasizes clean lines, proportion and composition. Complementing the pure forms is a curated palette of materials, from thickly veined marble and natural wood to durable composites like Cementobasic (a tinted and washable concrete) and Cristalplant Bio Active (a plant-based resin).
A companion to the kitchen and living room systems that share its name, the Formalia bathroom features the same streamlined silhouette defined by a recessed and angled metal handle. Along with closed storage, the modular program by Italy’s Vittore Niolu incorporates the ladder-like Status wall system, which keeps everyday items on display and near at hand.
With balanced structures and fuss-free fronts, the Evo 21 cabinets by Benedini Associati have a sleek yet flexible aesthetic. The units can be arranged vertically or horizontally, and deep drawers boast ample out-of-sight storage space. A variety of materials are offered, including wood or marble.
Belgian designer Bertrand Lejoly aimed for timelessness when devising the D-Neo suite, a collection of furniture, washbasins, a bathtub and a wall-mounted toilet that share a common and approachable language — linear, geometric and versatile. Catering to customization, the series includes a wide range of dimensions and material and finish options for most pieces, making it an ideal solution for bathrooms big and small.
Minimalist systems that maximize storage and style in equal measure.