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German manufacturer Hansgrohe has introduced thirteen new finishes that bring a dramatic new look and increased durability to its designer collection, AXOR.
This week we’re taking a look at Elements, the newest faucet to join Watermark's incredible catalogue of designs. Plus, we're highlighting a few of our all-time favorites with Elan Vital, H-Line, and Brooklyn.
Everyone is talking about how Los Angeles is enjoying a tremendous blossoming of art, design and architecture, and no one is happier than interior designer Colin Dusenbury. “Here in Southern California, we are so lucky to have such a strong and diverse community of creative minds,” he says.
Last spring we brought you a post highlighting the latest designs from Fantini. It’s been a non-stop year of incredible releases by the family-owned Italian manufacturer, so we’re bringing you a second roundup of all the beautifully designed products that have launched since our previous post.
Iowa transplant Phil Norman came to Southern California in 1984 with his BFA in Interior Design but without a single contact. Spirited, talented and undaunted, he quickly gained entrée into several San Diego-area firms, ultimately launching his own office, Norman Design Group, in 2003.
When you envision a cozy cottage kitchen, you probably picture the classic Aga range—it’s signature doors and lidded hot plates have long been an icon of English country style. The range was actually designed by Gustaf Dalén, a Nobel Prize-winning Swedish physicist, in 1922 but it was introduced to the UK in 1929 and has been produced in England ever since. Aga’s heritage look is loved the world over but what if have a more modern aesthetic? Well, we’ve got news for you!
Classical Progression, a construction and design studio based in Santa Monica, is comprised of founder Kevin J. Corzen, wife Carolynn, an interior designer, and their daughter, Skylar, who handles the marketing aspect of the firm, as well as an in-house construction team. As the group’s name implies, their philosophy isn’t about simply recreating familiar architecture styles but about creating boldly contemporary homes built with reclaimed materials that lend an immediate sense of history.
Since 1899, German manufacturing firm Miele has been producing luxury appliances in their signature minimalist style. Every year brings exciting additions to their coveted lines but what remains a constant is the brand’s signature delivery and installation offer. Miele’s unique concierge program is often what seals the deal for our clients because it adds an extra level of assuredness to the purchase.
Since founding her firm, Bestor Architecture, in 1992, Barbara Bestor has become one of Los Angeles’ most in-demand architects. Whether it’s a restaurant, retail space, workplace or residence, Bestor brings her signature aesthetic—one that is rooted in place and light.
Over the last several years, Montreal-based sink and bath manufacturer Wetstyle has been racking up awards for its cutting edge and distinctive designs. Now, its innovative material—the stuff its sinks, tubs, counters and showers are actually made out of—has just won the prestigious Green GOOD DESIGN Award from The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.