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Explore - Fixtures
This piece is designed to fit in small spaces. It features a longer side on either the left- or the right-hand portion of the tub, and can be customized to include a chromatherapy lighting program,...
The Stages line of kitchen sinks, part of the Chef inspired Collection, was developed in collaboration with professional chefs in order to meet the needs of the serious home cook. The large, deep...
Designed by Italian architect Antonio Citterio and winner of an International Forum Gold Award in 2008, this single lever has some serious street cred even if it didn’t catch the eye of our...
If the thought of using a sensor faucet seems more airport layover than home hospitality, the Axiom might change your mind. This spout would sit best in a guest or secondary bathroom for a hands...
We imagine c-blu would make an attractive silhouette on a pristine porcelain sink, but wonder whether the matte white would withstand consistent smudging from our fingertips. The compact shape is...
X-marks-the-spot handles are easy to grasp and turn and the double-handled design wins points for originality. This is one of the tallest faucets featured, so the orientation of cabinets and...
Unconventional in both form and function, this is an ultramodern statement spout that declares its luxury loud and clear, a faceted faucet that resembles an oversized gem and stands up to the...
This switchplate is like a modern riddle: a clever “light box” that illuminates nothing, takes up no space, and can’t hold a thing.
Make like Willy Wonka and outfit your walls in smooth tiles that shine like unwrapped Jolly Ranchers. It’s a good thing the fruity candies don’t take their cue from Stardust Glass, however, as...
You might ask why we included a design that hasn't changed since it was standardized in 1915. A) It looks not unlike a Quonset hut. B) It's included in Phaidon Design Classics. C) The price. Take...
Form following function need not be formulaic. When HouseArt recently acquired Mark Naden's No. 10 from Pure Design, we rejoiced not only in its reissue, but also in the new color options like...
Our lament at the lack of beautiful wood mailboxes was heard all the way in Seattle, where fledgling design firm Barbanc answered our call, nearly overnight. The handcrafted TK 01 is available in...
As the Kiwis say, we were "dead chuffed" to showcase such a beaut. New Zealand's Heartlands Outdoor Living is, as far as we can tell, the only company to have created a whole line of modern styles....
"Have a shuftie" at New Zealand's take on a standard box. Although it has the ever-urban lock option, we can just as easily see this in a cul-de-sac of Usonian-style homes. It has an industrial...
For out-and-out oenophiles, what could be more satisfying than a house ensconced in redwood reclaimed from wine barrels? TerraMai's siding–redwood, teak, Douglas fir, or pine–provides the beauty of...
A 2000 issue of the Christian Science Monitor shows an image of towering 130-year-old pines, captioned: "Some 150,000 houses later, there are as many trees in this California forest today as there...
HardiePlank and Plyboo: a match made in eco-heaven, right? Well, the energy it takes to bring cement (or bamboo) products to your door must also be considered. Granted, HardiePlank is a durable...
Ti, Al, and Cu are all excellent options for siding. These natural elements are nontoxic (you probably ate some copper in your cereal this morning) and easily recycled. But for us, copper takes the...
Vitreous china bowl / External composting unit / Vacuum-assisted flush /
Fiberglass bowl and body /Electric composting bio-drum