High quality, durability as well as emotional and aesthetic value form the basic principles of our work. In each one of our designs we commit ourselves to the uniqueness, expressiveness and simplicity of form. All materials are carefully selected before true masterpieces are created by our master craftmen.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The puristic washbasin made of White Corean and the striking wooden frame create an enthralling contrast that lends the unit an exclusive flair. thinX|wash is a free-standing vanity with a Corian surface and an elegant recessed flat Corean washbasin. Its attractive design, which is primarily determined by the concise thinX frame and high-quality materials are the main characteristics of thinX|wash. Additionally, up to two hidden induction charging stations are integrated into the workspace.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The thinx wash has been designed together with a furniture series, the main character of which is the thin, intersecting wooden frame. The first designs were made in 2013, the thinx table was produced in 2015 and the production of the thinx wash was followed in 2016. This was presented to the ambiente 2017 as part of the german design award in frankfurt am main.
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
washbasin made of LG HI-MACS Natural Acrylic Stone and the wooden Frame is Oak
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
H 90cm , L 200cm , T 50cm
washbasin, washtable, sideboard, corean, oak
Our goal was to build a timeless, simple and functional wash. Integrate contemporary electrical installations such as induction charging stations invisibly into the working surface and insert sockets into the drawer. A further criterion was to remove necessary cables from the field of vision and to create joint-free surfaces for easy cleaning.
The difficulties with the design are, on the one hand, the frame which is to be very slim and nevertheless stable. And second, the seamless connections. Another source of concern was the water supply and sewage pipelines, which were now planned as plaster variants.
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Bild #1 - #5: Fotograf Matthes Trettin, 2016
Copyright by Maik Juch / Juch Design 2017