ronan + erwan bouroullec design AXOR bathroom collection
 
ronan + erwan bouroullec design AXOR bathroom collection ronan + erwan bouroullec design AXOR bathroom collection
jun 29, 2010

ronan + erwan bouroullec design AXOR bathroom collection

ronan + erwan bouroullec design AXOR bathroom collection all images © tahon & bouroullec

 

 

 

a few years ago, french designers ronan and erwan bouroullec were asked by AXOR, designer brand of hansgrohe, to work on a collection for the bathroom. their brief was to create solutions for a large variety of situations, spaces and habitats. the result is a family of 85 items which includes different basins, mixers and solutions for bathtub and shower areas which can be easily arranged according to one’s needs.

bouroullec axor designboom basin with faucet built into wall-mounted shelving solution

 

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bouroullec axor designboom basin solution with faucet knobs integrated into the side of the counter

 

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bouroullec axor designboom bird’s-eye view

 

bouroullec-axor-designboom-04 different faucet arrangements

 

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bouroullec axor designboom up close look at wall-mounted basin

 

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bouroullec axor designboom faucet mixer solution

 

bouroullec axor designboom bathtub solution

 

bouroullec axor designboom bath and shower solutions

 

bouroullec axor designboom view into a bathroom with basins and faucets designed by the bouroullec brothers

 

 


AXOR bouroullec from ronan + erwan bouroullec
video courtesy of ronan + erwan bouroullec
  • MARAVILHOSO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!PARABENS!!!

    lucia lou says:
  • Beautiful!

    Joy says:
  • Looks heavy, complicated and not much practical, they supossed to be clean and smart….

    mil says:
  • We think Sanaa is much much better on such a poetic way…

    cath&bina says:
  • I agree that these are outstanding designs; but this is why designers shouldn’t design in a vaccuum. I would hate to have to guess at the repair cost for some of the designs. Also; will I need to use a map to tell the hot tap from the cold?

    roem says:
  • hot always on the left cold always on the right… every plumber know that.

    the dude says:
  • fantastic design…really outstanding

    sandy says:
  • out standing designs very practical specially for small spaces simple sophisticated!

    ghashang says:

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