16/02/2017 - Ever Life Design
is going to attend ISH 2017
at Messe Frankfurt and we are going to show DOT
: the new collection of bathroom accessories, created by Monica Graffeo
, designer which has always accorded particular attention to themes supported by Design For All
A collection of complementary furnishing and accessories which are based on the concept “design for all “ , modular, multi-functional, suitable to be used both in narrow spaces and spacious bathrooms, thanks to a careful design and to the technical features of this new line: a thin but resistant steel cable, sliding inside cylindrical solid body, fixed to the wall.
The cable acts like a towel holder for washbasin and bidet, but it is also a useful support, on which you can hang various accessories like an hairdryer or a brush. You can find on cylindric bodies a small support surface, for soap and bottles, and a safety element holding up to 120 kg: characteristics that highlight the philosophy and the mission promoted by Ever Life Design.
Dot is sold as a kit that includes 2 cylindric bodies with a diameter if 3.8 cm and a lenght of 8 cm, that you can set to the wall with a fischer, and 1 steel cable with a lenght of 1,10 m and a diameter of 1,5 mm.
This new collection includes also various accessories: shelves, toilet paper holder, additional steel cables or cylindric bodies.
In case of a surplus of steel cable, the cylindric body is suitable to keep it inside, in order to avoid the cut of the cable and to give you the possibility to modify the design of the product subsequently. In this way, you can change the “image” on the wall maintaining the same elements, but you can also adapt this idea both to narrow and spacious spaces, changing metres and number of cylindric bodies, available for purchase separately and autonomously.
DOT is available in three colours: opaque white, opaque black and chrome.
EVER LIFE DESIGN by THERMOMAT @ISH 2017, FRANKFURT
Hall 3.0 stand B84
EVER by Thermomat Saniline on ARCHIPRODUCTS
New bathroom accessories designed by Monica Graffeo