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For several years now, VitrA has partnered with world-renowned designers to design modern and distinctive bathrooms. From his last collaboration with the British designer Tom Dixon, Liquid was born, which promises yet another new experience ...

Sanitary fittings, furniture, fittings, tiles, shower systems and accessories: the various elements imagined by Tom Dixon have been designed to be able to work together or independently. His inspiration, the designer took it in part from Victorian bathrooms while his designs are inspired by the trend of pop art, the work of Jeff Koons and Claes Oldenburg. As for the rounded shapes of the Liquid range, they are reminiscent of Barbara Hepworth's sculptures ...

In fact, Liquid's original yet innovative aesthetic is inextricably linked with a whole tradition of British engineering. The result is a range of bathrooms that have stood the test of time without ever going out of style ... In addition to white ceramics, fluted glass and metal mesh are added. In chrome or in a new atypical glossy black finish, the shower taps blend into the decor or stand out in the ambiance ...

Overall a clean design for a style that Tom Dixon likes to call “expressive minimalism” which makes the functionality intuitive and the range very generous…

About VitrA: 
The VitrA epic began in 1942 in a small workshop in the Istanbul district of Kartal. In the contemporary era, the company has become essential in Turkey and the brand, internationally renowned. It is the only one in its class to offer a full range of bathroom components. His creations, over which time does not seem to have a hold, stand out for their contemporaneity and affordable luxury ...

Editor's choice:
Contemporary and timeless at the same time. The bathroom range born from a collaboration between Tom Dixon and VitrA has totally won over the Muuuz editorial staff. We have awarded it the Muuuz International Award 2021 in the “Interior equipment / Bathroom components” category.

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To learn more, visit the VitrA website.

 



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