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New AXOR One colours curated by Barber Osgerby

The German bathroom manufacturer has expanded its AXOR One bathroom collection with a selected palette of coloured faucets inspired by nature.

18/04/2022 1 min read

In collaboration with British designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, AXOR has extended its AXOR One bathroom collection with a selected palette of coloured taps and fixtures, inspired by a specific set of naturally occurring interactions between light, colour, and water. The extension comprises six new colour variants curated to evoke specific aspects of water in relation to the earth and the sky, including aquamarine, coral, ice, stone, shell and sand.

“Each colour balances the ability to become part of a calm visual field with limitless scope for self-expression and individuality, reflecting the way in which bathrooms and small cloakrooms are increasingly becoming places that are less about neutral utility and more about original and impactful design,” explains Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby. “We chose the colours to complement the widest range of bathroom finishes, from enamel and concrete, to marble and wood.”

Selected fixtures from the collection have a gloss finish, which reads like a layer of water over the surface colour whilst providing the easily cleanable surfaces required in a washroom.


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