Cape Cod brings a touch of nature into the bathroom
Cape Cod, which is located in New England on the east coast of the USA, possesses a memorable flair. It is a region of sandy beaches that stretch for miles, crystal-clear water and untamed nature – and it was the inspiration for Philippe Starck.
With his new Cape Cod bathroom range, the French designer has reinvented the bathroom, removing the barriers between nature and the indoors. Nature becomes a permanent part of the bathroom, a place for rejuvenation and refreshment with aesthetically appealing materials and forms. Ceramic wash bowls with distinctively thin edges, a perfectly coordinated range of bathtubs, and bathroom furniture that can be combined on an individual basis and positioned as desired within the room: Cape Cod is captivating not only on account of its unique design, but first and foremost because of its authentic materials, solid real wood and an innovative ceramic formula that allows for especially thin and delicate wash bowls.
In order to create a uniform and harmonious look, the program can be combined with selected toilets and bidets from the Starck 1, Starck 2 and ME by Starck ranges.
The consoles with shelves boast a timelessly modern design and meet the very highest demands, making clever use of the contrast between the floor-standing frame in cool, smooth chrome and four exclusive wood finishes: Vintage Oak, American Walnut, European Oak and White Beech. The Vintage Oak version appeals thanks to its solid quality and distinctive look, which features a visible irregular edge that makes each item of furniture unique. It is reminiscent of a ship's plank that has been weathered by storms and washed ashore on the beach.
An elegant alternative to the wood finishes is offered by the version in High-gloss White, which is also available with doors and shelves on the side.