1 Cyprum by Dornbracht
Dornbracht applied Cyprum, a rosy, high-gloss finish combining 18-carat gold and copper, to several of its latest lines of fixtures. The MEM collection includes a faucet with a flat, wide spout, a handheld showerhead and a tap.
2 DueC by Boffi
Victor Vasilev’s striking system consists of a basin adjacent an open-faced storage compartment. It comes in two contrasting versions: a single sink in matte-white Corian placed on the right or left side of a matte-black PaperStone Slate storage unit, or two sinks arranged on either side of a central unit.
3 SaphirKeramik by Laufen
The Swiss bathroom company invited Konstantin Grcic to create a geometric collection that boasts washbasins, trays and a bathtub – all in its tough and hygienic ceramic, which contains a compound found in sapphire.
4 Axor Starck V by Hansgrohe
Klaus Grohe’s obsession with the vortex phenomenon inspired his son to work with Philippe Starck on a collection of clear faucets in finishes of gold, nickel and bronze. The result, according to the designer, is “a mixer that represents the absolute minimum: totally transparent, almost invisible, and enclosing a miracle that is the vortex.”
5 Suite by Antoniolupi
Made of bio-based and recyclable Cristalplant, Roberto Lazzeroni’s striking bathtub for Antoniolupi is defined by its soft, sinuous lines. The free-standing piece, in one size, also comes in white.