Posts Tagged: Laufen

SONAR by Laufen

Launched in the UK in March 2018, the innovative new SONAR collection, designed by Patricia Urquiola, is the latest range from Swiss bathroom specialists Laufen… The unique and innovative new SONAR range includes thoughtfully and elegantly designed wall-hung washbasins, washbasin bowls and bathtub. Patricia Urquiola has taken SaphirKeramik further than ever to create a new… Read More >

28 August 2018

Laufen at Salone del Mobile

We caught up with Laufen at the Salone del Mobile during Milan Design Week to take a look at some of their newest collections. UK Marketing Manager Emma Mottram showed us around their stunning stand and talked us through the new collections and collaborations. View our highlights film of Milan Design Week here

27 April 2018

Laufen X Marcel Wanders

For the upcoming Milano Design Week, Laufen presents the first ideas for a classical contemporary collection designed by Marcel Wanders.  The flair and creativity of a great designer meets the excellence of Laufen, the Swiss company specializing in complete bathroom interiors for connoisseurs at the Salone Internazionale del Bagno 2018. Laufen demonstrates the power of… Read More >

16 April 2018

Q&A with Toan Nguyen, Laufen

Groundbreaking Material Innovation – A Glimse at Laufen’s SaphirKeramik An outstanding collaboration between Laufen and French Designer Toan Nguyen, the INO washbasin and shelf from the INO bathroom collection picked up an award for innovative use of materials. The INO collection skillfully utilises groundbreaking SaphirKeramik, created by Laufen in 2013. This revolutionary ceramic material offers… Read More >

23 January 2017

Laufen in the Maldives

Ensuring that the bathrooms are as luxurious as the location, Laufen sanitaryware has been chosen for the exclusive Kandolhu Island Resort in the Maldives.

26 March 2014

Laufen – Restoration Man

Leading sanitaryware manufacturer Laufen has a starring role in the latest series of UK’s The Restoration Man on Channel 4, with its products chosen for each of the four bathrooms in a former church in Devon, owned by the former Director of Architecture and Design of Hilton Worldwide hotel group

20 January 2014