Published on : Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Ex.t is taking part at Fuori Salone from April 4 to 9, during the ongoing Milan Design Week. The Ex.t showroom, in the heart of Milan design district, is showcasing some new products from its 2017 collection.
A simple and functional cabinet with a focus on glass material, this is an addition to last year’s Plateau collection, designed by Sebastian Herkner. Textured coloured glass are combined to compliment in a sophisticated way the solid surfaces of the LivingTec material featured in Ex.t’s washbasins. The cabinet gets an elegant approach from the tinted and structured glass panels. Plateau Cabinet is available in three dimensions.
Ex.t has collaborated with English designer Samuel Wilkinson for the very first time, and is unveiling a brand new line of mirrors inspired by universal space and the force of gravity.
Like two planets in Space, an opal glass sphere is buoyant along a semi-circular marble shelf over the Float mirror. The Float mirror is a large round mirror that appears to have two geometric objects floating within its surface. The mirror is a playful contemporary interpretation of the classic dressing room vanity mirror with a round light plus shelf. Towards the bottom edge is a rounded semi-circular marble shelf and at the top is spherical opaque glass lamp that is switched on and off via a pull cord.
The framed double mirrors of Gravity attract each other thanks to a fascinating game of magnifying forces. The designs feature a sophisticated simplicity which makes the mirrors versatile & unique accessories for the bathroom and beyond. Gravity is a playful geometric oval mirror with angle rim that can be hung portrait or landscape. The main feature is a second smaller magnified round mirror that points back toward the user that can be detached or placed around the edge as desired.
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