1. Basket
    Design Giampaolo Benedini (1992)
    Design Giampaolo Benedini Designyear 1992
    A roomy, cylindrical shaped container. Made of curved plywood. The Basket container can also be used as a seat. Holes in the sides allow it to be moved around easily even without opening the lid.
  2. Erpa 103
    Pedal bin
  3. Erpa 105
    Pedal bin
  4. Erpa 502
    Pedal bin
  5. Pic-nic
    Design Benedini Associati (1993)
    Design Benedini Associati Designyear 1993
    Free standing towel rail available in various finishes
  6. Stairs
    Design Benedini Associati and Maurizio Negri (1996)
    Design Benedini Associati and Maurizio Negri Designyear 1996
    Stairs simply stand against the wall; no fixing holes are necessary. They are available in natural, brown and dark oak, teak or painted white or grey. The versatility and immediacy of Stairs accessories make it possible to create a wide variety of solutions; to bring another wise unused corner to life, or to personalise an entire room.
  7. Tapiro
    Design Allesandro Farnetti (1992)
    Design Allesandro Farnetti Designyear 1992
    Handcrafted ethnicdesign bath mat, made of round rods of oak held together by leather thongs.
  8. Towel Ladder
    Design Norm Architects
    Design Norm Architects
    Towel Ladder is an informal and flexible piece of furniture made for storing towels and accessories in the bathroom, clothes in the bedroom or scarves and coats in the hallway. It’s easy to move around the house and the leather strap at the top (meant to fix the ladder to the wall) almost makes it look like an oversized suitcase, that you can lift and take everywhere. The popular Bath series from 2012 has grown and now the collection also holds ladders, holders and wipers. The designers behind are Norm: Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn. Their love of minimalism and functionality shines through clearly in the Bath series, as they create products that meet real-life needs, while still having a modern and aesthetic look. Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen: “As a designer it’s always tempting to think outside the box and try to work your designs into other areas of people’s lives, without losing the existing design aesthetic. We’ve slowly expanded the Bath series into the hallway and the bedroom. Who knows where we might go next?”
  9. Wiper Concrete
    Design Norm Architects
    Design Norm Architects
    For the love of spotless tiles and dry socks Use Wiper after your shower to help prevent calcium deposits on floor and tiles - and to make sure you’ll never get wet socks again. Kasper Rønn from Norm Architects explains: “With Wiper we really focused on finding the point where there was nothing more we could possibly add or subtract, to make it a better product. It was a bit of a test to see just how simple it could be made”. The result is a wiper, easy to grip and use, and easily maintained as it’s fully covered in silicone and without any joints. The cord in the top allows you to hang it in the shower or on a little hook, to add a clean graphical expression on your bathroom wall