Axor Bouroullec: Even Greater Freedom Even More Opportunity To Achieve Your Personal Bathroom

Freedom is something you can never have too much of.  Under the motto "Feel free to compose ," the Axor Bouroullec collection from French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, now offers even more combinations for the wash basin. The range has been expanded to include mixers with new spout heights and new functional lever handles, plus the original wash table designed by the brothers is now also available from Axor as part of the collection. The wide range of customised solutions on offer can be visualised on the computer and touchscreens quickly and easily using the Axor Bouroullec Composer.

 

New wash basin mixers for even more combinations
Axor Bouroullec is the collection that offers more of a personal touch for bathroom solutions. The already wide range of options for combining wash basins and mixer elements is now expanded with new mixers such as the 155 mm high 3-hole basin mixer with extremely functional lever handles. Spout and handles can be located independently of each other in several locations on and around the wash basin, according to the user's personal aesthetic preferences and functional requirements. The new handles are ergonomically shaped, so easy to operate even with wet, soapy hands.

 

Further additions range from the small to the very tall. New 2-hole and 3-hole basin mixers with an ultra low height of 90 mm have been added along with two new mixers with a particularly high spout of 300 mm. These tall mixers allow you to combine the distinctive minimalistic-organic design language of Axor Bouroullec with wash bowls from other collections. Whether you have a wash bowl with a high rim, a round-bodied bowl or an ultra-flat basin - Axor Bouroullec mixers can now help you create your favourite look for your ideal wash area.

 

The collection now includes the table
In addition to innovative products for wash basins, the Axor brand now also offers the original wash table made of light oak and white Corian plate, designed by brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. In two versions, both wall-mounted, choose from the table top which gives you freedom to create your own personal design such as combining with a wash bowl or with integrated Corian cut-out plate to incorporate a built-in Axor Bouroullec basin. Either way you can create a solution that best suits your own taste and personal ideas about functionality and aesthetics.

  
 
Axor Bouroullec Composer – see the possibilities
Anyone with this much freedom to combine will be glad of the opportunity to fine-tune the bathroom in order to get it looking just right. Enter the Axor Bouroullec Composer, an easy-to-use online tool for planning and visualising the different options for combining wash basins and mixers and the bath tub area. The Axor Bouroullec Composer offers comprehensive support by enabling you to see the wide variety of conceivable and technically feasible solutions available, supplemented with suggestions of colours and materials. This really helps you to make your mind up as to which personal functional requirements and aesthetic preferences you would like for your bathroom. It is therefore ideal preparation for a visit to your local bathroom showroom. In the coming months, there will also be an Axor Bouroullec Composer for the iPad.

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Axor, the designer brand of Hansgrohe AG, successfully realizes “Designer Visions for Your Bathroom". In cooperation with Axor, leading product designers, architects and interior designers develop their vision for the bathroom as a living space. The Axor collections offer a great number of unique and sustainable solutions to create personalised bathrooms of the highest aesthetic and technological levels. To date, Axor collections have been created by Philippe Starck, Antonio Citterio, Jean-Marie Massaud, Patricia Urquiola as well as Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. They all contribute towards making life in and around the bathroom a little more meaningful and beautiful. The Axor brand is headed by Philippe Grohe.

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