Modular Vanity

Modular Vanity

Balans is a modular vanity unit that is minimalist and aesthetic in design. Instead of adding more storage space and drawers, the modular function allows you to interchange the existing surfaces and assign them the new required purposes. For example you can re-position and re-purpose the perforated grate and slim line stainless steel taps.

0 Designer: Queena Le

No Knobs, No Problem!

No Knobs, No Problem!

The Little Twist Faucet is just that: a twist on the bathroom fixture that focuses on minimalism and functionality! Rather than knobs and handles that become grimy and damaged over time, the design features a single spout-shaped key situated directly beneath the water flow. This unique placement ensures the key is always rinsed clean and makes it easy for users to wash their hands without soaping up the handles or contaminating their hands with a dirty knob. DO WANT!

0 Designer: Sarang Sheth

Lesson #5 - How To Save Water

Lesson #5 – How To Save Water

While adjusting the temperature of the water, most of us waste a good bucket or two. To make sure we don’t do this kinda stupid wastage, the Eco-shower features an additional holding unit, that takes in the first rush of cold water and heat it up for you. It’s a neat idea and hopefully by the end of this year we should see a working prototype.

0 Designers: Yu Kwang Kang and Se Cheon Lee

New Wave Minimalist Handle

New Wave Minimalist Handle

If you’re looking to give your kitchen or bathroom cabinets a minimalist facelift, then look no further than the Noma handle by Viefe! With a slim profile of just 1.2mm thick aluminum, it’s the next best thing to a built-in recessed handle and almost completely unnoticeable. Its elegant wave form is easy to grip with the fingertips and can be positioned on the sides or top depending on the users preference.

0 Designer: Viefe

Bathroom Cube

Bathroom Cube

The Q-Compact Toilet could very well become the synonym of compact. It’s essentially a cube that fits in everything – washbasin, toilet, water storage tank, shower – the works! The washbasin’s faucet doubles up as a retractable shower and can be used in such a way that you can take a head-shower without having to take a full-body bath. Why? Well some women like to wash their hair in the sink, so this is for them!

0 Designers: Jin Jin Ren, Krit Jiratkaruen, Sheng Zhang and Vamsi Krishna Muralidharan

A Jiffy Shower

A Jiffy Shower

A jiffy is a good time measurement for a bath, especially if you plan on conserving water. Presuming this is sufficient, lets extend the courtesy to a 5-minute shower and to keep time, lets call upon the 5 Minutes – Bathing Thermostat. The intuitive timer gives you visual cues on how much time before the water ceases to flow! Quick – rinse, lather, rinse – and out of the shower!

0 Designer: Su Mei Xian

The Luna Wash

The Luna Wash

The future of washing clothes foresees us putting the washing machine between the dirty clothes and not the other way around. Interestingly, the Luna is an electrostatic spherical washing machine where the metallic sphere loads a little dose of water and is placed into the pile of dirty clothes. It then creates a cloud of fine particles of steam electrostatically charged. The steam oozes out through pores of the metal surface, wrapping and pervading all the fibers of the clothes.

0 Designer: Juan Camilo Restrepo Villamizar

Bathroom Basics

Bathroom Basics

Alicia Keys once said, “If I want to be alone, some place I can write, I can read, I can pray, I can cry, I can do whatever I want – I go to the bathroom.” Sounds simple enough, but there is a lot of weight to what Alicia is saying here. For many of us it is a sacred place where do more than the usual job. Remodeling or maintaining the existing one, shouldn’t have to be a chore. The Fresca range that showcased here, is easy to install and affordable too! Take a look!

0 Available At: DecorPlanet.com

Barely-there Biffy

Barely-there Biffy

Iota is an ingenious solution that not only uses considerably less water than standard toilets, but even has a smaller physical footprint in the bathroom! The magic is in a folding mechanism that makes it just a third the size of a standard toilet! Watch it almost disappear!

0 Designers: Gareth Humphreys & Elliott Whiteley

Sink AND Shower

Sink AND Shower

Two in One combines the functionality of both a shower and sink faucet into one object. How?! Thanks to a sealed, jointed arm, the user simply rotates the shower head down to direct water over the sink. It’s not exactly the first solution you might think of to cut back on materials or save space, but the result is nonetheless clever and attractive so long as you can squeeze its specific dimensions into your bathroom.

0 Designer: Julia Kononenko

Beyond a Blowdryer

Beyond a Blowdryer

Chances are the words “communal blowdryer” spark some less than desirable mental images from your last visit a hotel bathroom. Not cute! The OBLOW dryer solves many of the functional and aesthetic issues of current models with a cordless, minimal, wall-mounted, easy-to-clean design. That’s easy enough… but the heart of the system is its digital interface that allows users to play music, schedule a taxi, check flights, locate points of interest and anything else a traveler needs!

0 Designer: Matteo Iavicoli

Sexy Hollywood Bath

Sexy Hollywood Bath

How about a sexy soak in a tub that has all the glitz and glam of Hollywood? The Xiuxi Bathtub has air injection device at the bottom that puts forth bubble bursts of water and friction that causes the anion to open pores of the skin cells. There is infrared light to stimulate cell tissues and enhance blood circulation. In short it’s a spa bath and treatment at home, at the fraction of the cost.

0 Designer: Erik Edward Kim

Best of Bathroom Concepts in 2013

Best of Bathroom Concepts in 2013

When you got you go…you got to go! But after you’re done and take stock of your environment, then it really sinks in, are you using a classy bathroom or is it just another crappy (pun intended) place to relive yourself? Truth is, we all love innovations in the bathroom space, be it a tushy-warming toilet seat or a high-tech bath. 2013 saw some radicle trends that addressed the space crunch by merging the living and bathing space, as well as elegance in designing techniques.

0 Designers: Various

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