Wlith Starck 1, Philippe Starck and Duravit have returned to the beginnings of hygiene, body care and wellness in addition to the evolution of the bathroom. The Starck 1 bathtub and washbasin are unmistakable descendants of their historic predecessors – the bucket, tub and washbowl – even though they have been completely reinterpreted.
Philippe Starck’s bathroom design takes us back to the origins of a bathing culture that started with washbowl, bucket and tub. His feel for form and function has secured the French designer an honorary place in the history of bathroom design.
The famous Starck barrel
The famous Starck 1 barrel also takes up the archaic shape of the bucket and the bowl. The design classic is topped off with new, trendy Satin Matte lacquers ranging from White to Night blue and a matching mirror.
Organically flowing contours take every strictness from the formal architecture of Starck products. However, a thin edge as narrow as this one poses a great challenge for ceramic production, which Duravit and Philippe Starck have mastered with excellence.
The perfect addition in Duravit design: the C.1 series of Duravit faucets. Designed by Kurt Merki Jr., it is the perfect solution for all modern, architectural, linear bathroom series and applications.
The new accessories line "Starck T" by Philippe Starck harmonizes perfectly with the design. The fluid transition from the round base to the geometric "T" shape is the defining design feature of the series and represents the branching shape of a tree. This design element can be found in every piece in the new range and as such forms a recurring, iconic signature.