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ronan and erwan bouroullec & ECAL for AXOR
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nov 11, 2010
ronan and erwan bouroullec & ECAL for AXOR


ronan and erwan bouroullec & ECAL for AXOR
(above) ‘landscape’ by thibault faverie

 

 

 

on the occasion of the biennial event, designers’ saturday in langenthal, switzerland, AXOR – the designer brand from hansgrohe – has shown the results of a collaborative project by the bouroullec brothers and students of ECAL university of art and design, lausanne, switzerland. the young designers were asked to reinterpret and develop objects around the AXOR bourollec bathroom collection, which was serving as a starting point for each participant. the collective body of work aims to illustrate the individual needs of the bathroom space.

 

check out more images from the designers’ saturday event on our facebook page.


‘elastique’ by joschua brunn

 


‘swiss soap’ by max neustadt

 


‘covers’ by sarha duquesne

 


‘intersection’ by su jung-cheng

 


(left): ‘zen tools’ by giulio parini
(right): ‘upgrade’ by doganberk demir

 


‘basin basin’ by charles mathis

 


(left): ‘squeeze’ by rita botelho 
(right): ‘screens’ by diane du chaxel

 


‘kone’ mobile base for bathroom fittings by felix klingmüller

 


‘axor bouroullec’ bathroom collection by ronan and erwan bouroullec


‘axor bouroullec’ bathroom collection

 


different faucet arrangements

 


‘axor bouroullec’ bathroom ambient

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