Celebrated British designer Kelly Hoppen MBE partners with apaiser to launch three highly distinctive bathroom designs inspired by the East.
23 March, 2015
Having long admired apaiser’s handcrafted luxury stone composite bathroom products, Kelly Hoppen has joined forces with the Australian international bathware designer and manufacturer to produce not one, not two but three different designs that marry curvaceous shapes with high functionality.
HARMONY resembles the petals of a lotus flower; ORIGAMI draws references from the Japanese art of origami; and BANDE was originally based on the Obi, a sash used in traditional Japanese dress.
Formulated for optimum performance and using reclaimed sustainable marble as its core, the collection, like every product in apaiser’s bathware range, has minimal impact on the environment, yet does not compromise on quality. The result? A therapeutic and luxurious bathing experience that one will not soon forget.
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