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Architect-Designed Bath Accesssories from Germany

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 27, 2013 01:06 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Feb 26, 2013

Designed by architect Theo Keller and manufactured in a locksmith's shop in Southern Germany, the stainless steel bathroom series for Thomas Hoof Produkt won a Red Dot Award in 2004. All components—from the towel rod to the toilet roll holder—are made from a folded, buckled, and turned stainless steel rod 8 mm in diameter. Keller calls his series “definite, timeless, ascetic”—we think these pieces would work equally well in a traditional or modern bath. Above: Stainless Soap Holder ; available via the Thomas Hoof catalogue for €75. Above: Stainless Steel Toilet Brush (replacement brushes available); available via the Thomas Hoof catalogue for €49. Above: Stainless Steel Hook ; available via the Thomas Hoof catalogue for €23. Above: Stainless Steel Shelf with Glass Pane ; available via the Thomas Hoof catalogue for €110. Above: Chrome-Plated Brass Porcelain Soap and Sponge Basket ; available via the Thomas Hoof catalogue for €73. Above: Stainless Steel Spare Roll Holder ; available via the Thomas Hoof catalogue for €45. Above: Ceramic Brush Holder ; €79 available online through Thomas Hoof. Why aren't there more well designed accessories for the bathroom? We have a theory; see Crisis in the Commode . N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on April 23, 2009.




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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