As this year was a Euroluce year at the Salone del Mobile in Milan, new bathroom products and fixtures were hard to find. However, showing at a space in Ventura Lambrate was an impressive collective exhibition called Another Perspective that was curated by ceramic manufacturers Cotto. The brand worked with 5 designers to create a collection that re-interprets the bathroom space.
One of the stand-out projects was Lavanity by Bangkok-based designers THINKK Studio.
The design aims to bring together elements of the bathroom space with the vanity space to create a seamless grooming area.
The freestanding unit features a teak dressing table with a ceramic basin and shelf for toiletries, an upholstered stool, a wall lamp, a full length mirror and a powder coated aluminum frame with rails for hanging leather storage pouches and a wooden jewelry holder.
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About the manufacturer: Founded in 1979 Cotto is a Thai manufacturer of tiles and sanitary ware. Its products are a result of substantial investment in production technology and research which allow it to understand and respond to the consumer behaviors and cultures in each locality of the world.
About the designers: Based in Bangkok, designers Decha Archjananun and Ploypan Theerachai set up THINKK Studio while still at college. Decha studied Mas-Luxury at ECAL in Switzerland and Ploypan studied Architecture at Konstfack in Stockholm. Since then, they have created a critically acclaimed collection including pieces such as hanging lamps made from concrete and wood, vases inspired by construction sites made from concrete and wire, and a wooden desk lamp with a folded steel shade.