01 product description
Geo Line is a range of products that reinvents bathtub design in morphological terms - created to define new forms for basins of water and reinvent the bathroom ambience. The soft and innovative lines of these fittings have been devised to offer new body-comforting ergonomics; the purity of design for the shower tray: a new domestic landscape. Awards: Design Plus 2007; Nomination German Design Award 2008 Ludovica+Roberto Palomba_designers: "The poetic statement of Geo Line is instantly recognizable through its essential lines and formal purity. A collection conceived to enrich our daily rituals enabling each one of us to discover our innermost original ancestral self." Geo 180 with its innovative lines - unparalleled in the design panorama - is universally recognized as an icon of total wellness. Its 'primitive' basin form recalls ancient wellsprings generating an almost mystical evocative atmosphere - for a complete regeneration of the mind and body every day. Also available for outdoor installation Geo 180 ensures quintessential well-being - for solitary solace or playful sharing. Of extremely reduced dimensions with tapering edges that like a ribbon outline and define its form Geo 170x170 and 180x180 dedicate an ample and comfortable space to water. Perfect for the world of contract Geo is made to satisfy all space requirements without sacrificing comfort and design. For floor-flush or built-in installation Geo 170x170 and 180x180 explore new relations with space. Chiselled within a textured box of satin-finished glass Geo Glass is defined by a slender sinuous. A poetic narration immediately appreciated through its essential quality and formal purity.
03 All Geo Products
04 TagsKOS Articles, KOS Products, Ludovica + Roberto Palomba Articles, Ludovica + Roberto Palomba Products
05 Articles about KOS and Ludovica + Roberto Palomba
The special things – for everyday life
Today, faucets created by highly paid designers are ugly, or so claims Hans Magnus Enzensberger at least. The exhibitors at the ISH were no doubt more upbeat about their products, and put much effort into presenting their new fittings, basins and everything else that belongs in a bathroom.
Crisis? What crisis?
At this year's ISH, the "World's Leading Trade Fair for the Bathroom Experience, Building, Energy, Bathroom, Air-Conditioning Technology and Renewable Energies" in Frankfurt the economic crisis did not take centre stage. Visitor and exhibitor numbers almost matched those of the previous year and an upbeat outlook was palpable - almost defying the crisis, as it were.› To the article
Room Rain or Impressions from Wellness Zone 2
There are any number of trends, but only one can lead the way: The bathroom is expanding and merging with the bedroom to form one large area of relaxation and recovery. This, however, is no easy design task to be accomplished.› To the article