LAUFEN leads bathroom design trends with mixed wood and ceramic in its ILBAGNOALESSI One Collection
NEW YORK – July 2015 – LAUFEN, the award-winning Swiss manufacturer of high-end bathroom solutions, leads trends using mixed wood and ceramic materials in their ILBAGNOALESSI One Collection. New vanities with high quality Noce Canaletto real wood veneer (or white high-gloss lacquer) are ultra water resistant and when paired with a white fireclay washbasin offer an elegant design that is at once visually balanced and extremely functional.
There are projects that are “normal”, right for their time. And projects that, in some way, anticipate trends, tracing a line towards not what is, but what, soon, will be. Among these, undoubtedly, that by Italian architect and designer Stefano Giovannoni, with the ILBAGNOALESSI Oneseries, product of a close cooperation between the Italian design factory Alessi and Swiss bathroom specialist LAUFEN.
The impact of the design bathroom derives from a complex balance of asymmetrical lines and fluid transitions between the ceramic, wood and glass materials. The design rejects the classic interpretation of bathroom symmetry – and yet succeeds in creating a convincing impression of visual balance and casually elegant function. Ceramics and wood, the organic and geometric, caught in a perfect embrace, achieve the illusion of oneness.
ILBAGNOALESSI One Washbasin with shelf and vanity: $5,900
- Washbasin 63″ x 19 5/8″ x 6 1/2″
- Vanity 2-drawer 53 1/8″ x 12 5/8″ x 19 1/4″
- The vanity has an integrated handle.
- Blum brand soft-closing mechanism.
- Wall mounted.
- Color is Noce Canaletto (real wood veneer).
- Vanity can be sold separately to pair with new smaller washbasins – (also sold in gloss white) $2,950
To learn more, please contact Lori Dolnick at [email protected] or call (609) 490-0999 ext. 22.
For more information, visit LAUFEN at www.us.laufen.com.
The Laufen Bathrooms AG is a Swiss company specializing in high-end complete bathroom solutions. Laufen’s head offices are located just outside Basel. Established in 1892, it operates internationally manufacturing bathroom ceramics and faucets and distributes furniture, accessories for the bathroom and bathtubs. Laufen employs a workforce of 1,800 with eight factories located in Switzerland, Austria, the Czech Republic and Poland and produces 3 million ceramic items per year. It boasts collaborations with important partners like the design companies Kartell and Alessi and internationally well-known designers such as Konstantin Grcic (Val), ps+a/Ludovica and Roberto Palomba (Palomba Collection, Kartell by Laufen), Stefano Giovannoni (ILBAGNOALESSI One), Wiel Arets (ILBAGNOALESSI dOt), Toan Nguyen (Ino), Hartmut Esslinger/Frog Design, Platinum Design, Phoenix Design and Vetica Design. http://www.us.laufen.com