HOW DARE YOU - DESIGN WEEK INSTALLATION - LAUFEN SPACE MILAN
"How dare you" is the title of this year's art and design installation at LAUFEN space Milan for the Design Week. A provocative question that refers to the courage to go beyond one's limits and create courageous, eclectic and surprising projects.Read more
CREATIVE EDITION_MONIQUE BAUMANN
Most typical for her work, Monique Baumann uses a wide range of materials like photo prints, paper cut-outs, posters or adhesive tapes. Applying the Swiss artist's bold aesthetic to bathroom objects creates a colourful and most unusual LAUFEN Creative Edition.Read more
LAUFENXNM3 – STEEL HEROES
The Milan-based design studio is admired primarily for its pragmatic and cool style. In combination with the LAUFEN ceramic elements, NM3’s purist and mirroring steel objects provide a sculptural and almost abstract presence to both materials.Read more
The latest in Laufen spaces
Spaces for presentation, experimentation and dialogue. Inside LAUFEN spaces, innovative and refined bathroom design meet the world’s most interesting architects, designers and thinkers.
In collaboration with Snøhetta, LAUFEN has developed a new design concept for the entrance area, enabling visitors to experience the brand and its products in a fresh and personalized way across different spaces.
In 1892, LAUFEN produced bricks and tiles. With a nod to their industrial history, while looking ever forward, today LAUFEN Smart provides the most advanced, cloud-based smart bathroom solution that digitises and simplifies water management in public buildings.
Around the world, LAUFEN spaces serve as experiential showrooms designed for guests to experiment with products, learn about materials and enter into an exchange with some of the most inspiring minds of our times. Bringing people together is how LAUFEN evolves and celebrates bathroom culture.
An immersive, virtual experiment where architecture and design meet the digital world. Created by experiential designer Annabelle Schneider with architects Gabrielle Hächler and Andreas Fuhrimann.