Designers Jean-François D’Or and Frédérique Ficheroulle have developed a modular method designed to let consumers generate “a bathroom that does not appear like a bathroom” .
Created for Belgian kitchen and bathroom brand Vika, the Ingrid variety features fixtures, fittings and accessories that characteristic contrasting straight and curved lines, gridded surface patterns and a variety of finishes.
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Objects in the collection incorporate sinks, cupboards, mirrors, lighting, energy sockets, and numerous equipment like hooks and faucets, all made so end users can customise their regular bathroom.
“The grid is a tool to invite end users to every single design and style their own wellness living area, producing their personal identity and environment based on their lifestyle,” explained Ficheroulle.
The range was produced as portion of an initiative titled 5X5 for the Biennale Interieur fair, which took area in Kortrijk final October.
For the task, five manufacturing organizations had been offered the possibility to function with a duo produced up of a junior and a senior designer for a yr, to build a new product.
Vika was given the chance to operate with skilled designer Jean-François D’Or, of Brussels-based mostly Loudordesign Studio, and newcomer Frédérique Ficheroulle.
“At the start of the venture, we believed about how to increase the comfort of people for the duration of their bathroom knowledge,” said Ficheroulle. “A bathroom that does not look like a bathroom – considerably far more than a room to wash up in, it’s a place to begin off your day and to end it.”
Prototypes of the Ingrid assortment had been shown at Biennale Interieur. Supplies available include porcelain, oak, leather, powder-coating finishes and other people offered on request.