In any case, it is genuine Foster. Sensational, like all his work: Stansted Airport in London and Chek Lap Kok Airport in Hong Kong, the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank and the new German Reichstag. Once again, the architect and designer Norman Foster has excelled himself and created a bathroom suite that pushes the boundaries, which defines the bathroom anew. How has he done this? Quite simply. Two adjacent circles define the geometry of the whole range. Plus the archetype of two cupped hands scooping fresh water.
Lord of the Air. As the holder of a helicopter, jet and powered aircraft licence, he has always wanted to fly high. Following spectacular stopovers at the airports in Bangkok and Hong Kong, Norman Foster first ventured in Frankfurt on Europe's highest and then on Germany's historically most significant building: the Berlin Reichstag. Since then, the award-winning Brit, knighted in 1990, made a Lord in 1999 and receiver of the Pritzker Prize, the Nobel Prize for architecture, can call himself Reichstag architect.