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Well-rounded: GROHE Atrio

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Dominic Lutyens

09.07.2018

With its uncompromisingly clean lines, GROHE’s newly designed Atrio fittings collection is already a design classic.

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Hidden agenda: VOLA

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Dominic Lutyens

25.06.2018

By seamlessly hiding away the mechanics of their designs the modular components of VOLA’s mixer taps offer endless potential.

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Fathers of invention: VOLA

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Dominic Lutyens

25.06.2018

Arne Jacobsen’s clean-lined and uncomplicated HV1 design commissioned by VOLA founder Verner Overgaard was the defining moment for the modern tap.

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Overarching inspiration: Antoniolupi

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Dominic Lutyens

12.06.2018

Calvi Brambilla transforms ANTONIOLUPI's Milan showroom in the style of a hammam to set the perfect stage for the company's unusual designs.

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An Englishman in New York: Original BTC

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Dominic Lutyens

15.05.2018

Firmdale Hotels commissioned ORIGINAL BTC to create a customised version of its Pillar Light for the Whitby Hotel in New York. I think the Sting song title works well.

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In the spotlight: Original BTC at ICFF

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Dominic Lutyens

15.05.2018

Fusing classic forms with the contemporary, ORIGINAL BTC exhibits newly launched products at this year’s ICFF in New York.

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Keeping the light on: Original BTC

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Dominic Lutyens

15.05.2018

With innovative designs and a strong interest in preserving traditional craft, Original BTC is a shining example of British-made design.

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The Experimenters: Antoniolupi

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Dominic Lutyens

15.05.2018

For the last 60 years, the innovative Italian bathroom manufacturer ANTONIOLUPI continues to surprise with their unconventional concepts that question existing design stereotypes.

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Design flow: 50 years of VOLA

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Dominic Lutyens

24.04.2018

It's half a century since pioneering, Danish tap manufacturer VOLA first collaborated with design legend Arne Jacobsen. You wouldn't guess it, though, looking at their still-contemporary, architectural products.

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