The Korean brand Lagom Bath wanted to change the formal and similar looking bathroom ranges in the Asian market. They asked the Swedish design studio Note to create something new, , and now the Swedish designers have created bathrooms for the Asian market.
The task was to create bathroom furniture and accessories that helped to bring a more emotional and comfortable touch to the bathroom space. Note decided to create a smart and easy to use bathroom setup attracting the Korean public.
This is the first time the two companies collaborate and the result is a collection including minimalistic accessories, cabinets, lamps and hooks, specifically created for compact living spaces in Asian cities.
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“With small details, like combination of materials, smooth colors and a little design twist on the handles we believe that we can put a little smile on the user’s face every morning,” say the Swedish designers.
In the cultures is Scandinavia as well as in Asia there is an appreciation of purity and simplicity in design,” the add.
Swedish designers create bathrooms for the Asian Market
The collection is split into two types that are quite complementary to each other but offer slightly different finishes and form. One features plain green tiles, a natural ash cabinet and a simple wall lamp with an arched stem. The other includes mirrored cabinets, a pendant lamp and two speckled beige tiles.
Both include the same black semi-circular handles, black metal towel rail, toilet roll holder and shelf.
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The Danes have done it before
Note Design Studio are not the only designers to contribute to the brand’s debut collection. Copenhagen-based Norm Architects has also created a collection of minimal bathroom cabinets and accessories for Lagom that are designed for use in tight living spaces.
Swedish Designers Create Bathroom Furniture for the Asian Market, written by Tor Kjolberg