At Maison et Objet, the Florentine bathroom brand presents Nouveau collection, the result of a new collaboration with Bernhardt-Vella studio from Milan. Along with this new entry, Ex.t confirms its long-lasting partnership with Norm Architects studio and German designer Sebastian Herkner, presenting the Rest Armchair and Ribbon Square washbasin. Now, Luxury Bathrooms takes a look at each one of these products, but remember you can see them in person if you visit the brand’s stand in Hall 6, Stand P102.
Modularity, versatility and functionality are the main features that Ex.t continues to offer in bathroom furnishings, achieving this through the creative approach of its international designers coming from a home design world.
After Norm Architects, Sebastian Herkner and Mut Design, also Bernhardt-Vella studio approaches the bathroom world for the first time, proposing an innovative collection to bring to market, in line with the latest international design trends. Thus, the bathroom becomes a dynamic living space, able to transform and renew itself continuously, following the rhythms of contemporary living.
Nouveau ⇒ Paola Vella and Ellen Bernhardt have designed a new collection of washbasins, cabinets and mirrors featuring geometric and sinuous lines, born from a balance of basic and classic shapes such as circles, semi-circles and parallelepipeds, creating a game of volumes in a succession of full and empty spaces. Freely inspired by early twentieth century Art Deco, the collection takes refined suggestions from that era and reworks them with the taste and sensitivity of a contemporary perspective.
Rest Lounge Chair ⇒ Norm Architects enrich Rest collection with a small upholstered armchair. The design is inspired by the way Japanese people use to sit on the floor and lean on the surrounding furniture to rest: thus, the low and wide backrest can be regular support for the back when in a sitting position or comfortable support for a short rest if standing. Like the entire Rest line, the small armchair is characterized by a tubular metal structure refined with small brass details.
Ribbon Square ⇒ Sebastian Herkner, nominated by Maison & Objet designer of the year 2019, enriches Ribbon collection launched in Milan 2018 with Ribbon Square: a square-shaped wall-mounted washbasin with small dimensions, designed for cosy spaces. Like the oval sink and the bathtub, Ribbon Square is made in LivingTec and finished with a satin steel or brass band, a functional and aesthetic element that inspires the entire collection, giving brightness and preciousness to the product.
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