How can we transform the bathroom in a flexible environment with high hygiene standards ? How can we enjoy it with ecological consciousness ? Another bathroom is composed by a series of textile basins and a line of variable flow faucets.
Felipe Ribon is a French designer. He studied Enviromental studies at L’Ecole des Mines de Nantes and graduated from E.N.S.C.I, Les Ateliers. He previously worked at Bouroullec studio.
The textile basins offer a soft surface, warm and gentle to touch. The fabric is stretched between a metallic structure and a water column placed in the center. The smooth curve generated by the tightened fabric creates a washing receptacle. In it, water flows freely away and the dirt can not find a place to adhere.
This nano-technic fabrics are not only bacteria free and waterproof, they can also be removable and cleaned in the washing machine. This properties will ensure a more accurate hygiene of your bathroom and will make cleaning an easier task.
Designed to work in low flow, this faucets will reduce the water consumption. They can easily be removed from the bathroom area and be cleaned by the dish washer; offering the same simplicity of the fabric basins.
The geode is a mobile faucet with a variable geometry. By turning its head, one can use up to 3 different types of water jet, from regular to mist. The water always flows from underneath, like a fountain, bringing water closer to the upper parts of the body. It is a mysterious yet functional device that can be oriented 360 degrees.
The savonnette is design to be placed in your hand. the dome shape generates a very cosy surface to hold on to, and the geometrical sides allows the faucet to stand in any surface.