Most bathroom ranges have a singular image, but TONO is about choice, allowing for multiple configurations within the same family. The project was a collaborative venture that brought together several companies whose expertise lies in different materials. For instance, we worked with Noken to develop ceramics and brassware, L‘Antic Colonial on the stone, and Systempool, who are KRION® Solid Surface specialists. As a result, TONO works across a wide range of materials and finishes, offering greater choice to designers and users.
Going back to first principles, we pared the taps back to their essence, creating a minimal, quiet object that demonstrates the symbiotic relationship between cast elements and machined components. Each element was designed for its purpose. For instance, the machined lines on the top of the tap communicate its function as a control — one naturally feels like turning it!
But if you‘ve ever opened up a pack of new tennis balls, you may have noticed that they can have a strong smell…which you might not want to transfer to your towels. If you prefer, you can purchase some dryer balls (like these) that are made especially for softening laundry, improving airflow in the dryer, and reducing static.
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