The first large mono-block moulded bathtub without joining points. The basin is moulded and integrated in the entire volume of the bathtub. The lateral water supply is like a water fall.
A rotational moulded nylon or polyethylene armchair.
Kloe by Marco Acerbis, for Desalto
This Paper Birdie prototype differs from the production model; later examples feature a thin, upholstered cushion and a chromed underside. Sold with certificate of origin signed by Flip Sellin.
Prototype Paper Birdie chaiser, $4200, by Flip Sellin at Wright Gallery
Once again, bulthaup innovates in the kitchen. The B2 kitchen is shown at the Milan Furniture Fair.
bulthaup gets its visions from the consistent observation of the living and eating habits of people from all over the world. bulthaup b2 is responsive to modern lifestyles, such as single-person or twoperson households, or even “patchwork families”, and is the perfect kitchen for nomads or pioneers in creating a home, living and thinking. The design was developed in collaboration with the renowned design firm EOOS in Vienna.
Porcelain tea service, sold in wooden boxes. Designed for Idees Mud Collection in Tokyo.
Produced by Nikko, Japan.
Teamaster, by Jasper Morrison
A bathroom range designed by Patricia Urquiola.
Pear, by Patricia Urquiola, for Agape
Japanese lantern company LX, pulled together a group of designers to conceive new lamps with the traditional craft of Gifu; using elastic spiral structure and the Mino Japanese paper.
Lamps, by Yindigo A. Mochizuki, for LX