Norm Architects has created a accumulating of basal bath cabinets and accessories for Korean cast Lagom Bath, advised for use in bound active spaces.
The collection, which includes bath cabinets, toilet cycle holders, anhydrate balustrade and hooks, forms allotment of Korean cast Lagom Bath’s aboriginal release.
Lagom Bath tasked the flat with creating a alternation of items and units acceptable for baby homes and apartments.
“Our abstraction was to actualize cubic shapes with a animation and tactility in its architectonics and expression, with attenuate transitions amid the dark, board chiffonier and the light, blended sink,” said the architects.
“Featuring no arresting knobs or handles, the functions of the appliance acknowledge themselves and become automatic to you already you activate to collaborate and familiarise with it.”
The vanity units, which appear in a vertical freestanding adaptation and a accumbent wall-mounted version, affection a board tray that can be placed on top of the bore to abundance products.
The accumulating additionally includes wall-mounted accumbent and vertical accumulator cabinets fabricated from decrepit atramentous ash with a mirror door.
Described by the designers as “light, clear elements”, the matt atramentous toilet cycle holder, anhydrate arbor and hooks are fabricated from simple animate rods anchored assimilate annular bank mounts.
Norm Architects, founded in 2008 by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn, is accepted for its use of simple forms and aerial colours.
Working beyond both architectonics and artefact design, the studio’s contempo assignment includes a ancestors home in Norway featuring mottled blah walls, earthen bolt and balmy board panelling, and a able armchair advised for a multi-use co-working space in Copenhagen.