Take kitchen & bath to another level with these products from top designers.
Designer: Antonio Citterio for Arclinea
Standout: The Hall of Famer dreamed up a kitchen with work areas arranged in linear fashion: On one side is a continuous Carrara marble work surface, on the other is a wall of accessorized units hidden behind New Pocket disappearing doors.
Designer: Daniel Stromborg for Devon&Devon
Standout: Influenced by the Art Deco movement and made of sustainable White Tec Plus, the Gensler design
director’s tub is the first deck-mount soaker that does not require a side inspection panel.
Designer: Sacha Walckhoff for Rosenthal
Product: Magic Garden Black Seeds
Standout: The Christian Lacroix creative
director’s white porcelain plate with scattered black geometric pattern was inspired by the seeds of the achiote tree, often used as a condiment or dye.
Designer: Roger Thomas for Speakman
Standout: “I resisted the urge to embellish these designs in order to capture their purest and simplest form,” the Interior Design Hall of Fame member says of his sleek super-collection of bath fixtures and accessories.
Designers: Giorgia Zanellato and Daniele Bortotto for Del Savio 1910
Product: Opus Certum Dot
Standout: Italian duo Zanellato/Bortotto crafted a collection juxtaposing marble with tinted cement that pays homage to Palladiana flooring—a terrazzo mosaic made of large, irregular stone pieces.
Designers: George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg for Salvatori
Standout: A sculptural tub, basin, and bathroom accessory collection by the Yabu Pushelberg cofounders (and Hall of Fame members) is characterized by softly curved radii and the organic sensuality of raw stones such as Pietra d’Avola.
Designer: Natalie Myers for Big Chill
Product: Winter Edit
Standout: The Veneer Designs owner and principal proffers four seasonal range colors that reflect the Mojave Desert near her Joshua Tree home: beige, green-brown, ochre yellow, and ivory.
Designer: Luca Papini for Blu Bathworks
Standout: Deep moon-shape slots in the stainless-steel handle—one of three new designs in the INOX collection—offer more ergonomic and precise flow regulation. In two heights and two diameters.