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.
Imagine dipping your hand into a warm, silky, flowing stream. Visualise walking barefoot in a gently babbling brook. Picture lying in a beautiful, clear pool, the water softly cascading around you. Each of these imagined scenarios underpin the design of Vitae, a recent bathroom concept from Noken, developed in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Design. This revolutionary bathroom collection is striking in its form and presentation, with integral components that evoke images of Zaha Hadid‘s dramatic architecture. In truth, Vitae offers the perfect refuge and escape from life‘s everyday demands.
Both TONO Elements and TONO One offer ultimate flexibility in specification. With over 100 different products, the TONO Elements range brings together mirrors, brassware, integrated timber storage units and benches, basins, bidets and baths, in a range of finishes — such as stone, ceramic and KRION® Solid Surface. These elements can be combined infinitely to suit a variety of spaces. TONO One offers three pre-fabricated units — shower, sink and WC — that allow for ease of installation and a fully integrated system that is flexible enough to fit into a pre-existing building.
By adding vinegar to the rinse cycle! Distilled white vinegar, to be exact. One cup is all it takes. Seriously, skip the fabric softener and opt for vinegar, which will strip away the built-up detergent and restore the towels‘ softness. To get the job done, add half a cup of baking soda to the rinse cycle. If you‘ve already washed your towels with vinegar, you can even rewash them using the baking soda instead of detergent. Simply pour the baking soda over the towels and go!
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!
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