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Zaha Hadid Design Unveils Bathroom Collection for Porcelanosa

Many of the pieces are handmade

Zaha Hadid Design has unveiled a bath collection created in collaboration with Spanish company Porcelanosa that bears the late architect’s signature style. The nine-piece collection is called Vitae and is part of Porcelanosa’s Noken line and includes a toilet, bidet, shelving, faucets, washbasins, mirrors, and a bathtub inspired by that most fundamental element—water.

Each piece, made entirely from the Spanish manufacturer’s best porcelain, is fluid, abstract, and organic like many of the Iraqi-born British architect’s iconic buildings, contributing a dynamic, sensual flow to the private bathroom space. The double sink setup, for instance, features a basin with attenuated extensions (acting as soap dishes) that reach toward a small counter that separates the two, underneath which is an attached towel rack, and below that an additional shelf that appears to be floating. A set of corresponding mirrors also have built-in ledges.

The Vitae line, of which many pieces are handmade, is a result of a three-year-long collaboration. Fittings are available in chrome or white powder-coated aluminum. Take a look at photos and a video below.