Space Ideal Standard Chances to reinvent products don’t come very often, this was one of them. British bathrooms are small with an average size of a king size bed. We built a “space lab” with moveable walls where we pushed the boundaries of what can be achieved in small spaces. The Space WC was a […]
Thomas Trend Rosenthal Launched in 1983 Trend went on to become the best selling contemporary tableware range in Europe. The integral decoration of fine lines are born from a deep understanding of porcelain and are the key ingredient in making Trend so successful.
Ora Entertaining Sango Our first foray into canapés
Studio Ideal Standard The brief made it clear that this wasn’t going to be a “design” story but 4 years later when it was launched it was the front cover story in Design Magazine. Studio brought good design to the “fighting end” of the market which was very disruptive in the mid eighties. Sales have […]
Saturno Costa Verde A paired down simplicity with low profiles and fine edges.
Nordika Costa Verde Our brief was for a design that the Scandinavians would buy. For a rare excursion into surface pattern we played with the underlying geometry of Portuguese tiles. It was very gratifying when the Danish co-op placed an order at Ambiente.
Voronoi Bowl Costa Verde A collaboration between two Royal Designers, Robin Levien RDI and Tristam Carfrae RDI of ARUP and porcelain manufacturer Costa Verde. The holes are in a Voronoi pattern that is found on the wings of a dragonfly, which have to be light and strong. The bowl is 40cms in diameter and takes […]
Ipalyss Ideal Standard With 3.00mm thick edges, this is where wash basins and dinner plates meet.
Isola Costa Verde Tableware reinvented, an influential collection of shapes for serving and eating great food from around the globe.
Concept Ideal Standard With over 100 items, this is the largest range that Ideal Standard have ever launched. Restrained, easy to live with shapes, solutions for small bathrooms and a water saving bath. We were thrilled when the range was chosen for the athlete’s village at the London 2012 Olympics.