The New Norm Bath Collection looks like something that would be found in a traditional Japanese home. The clean lines with a subtle curve as well as the overall minimalist aesthetic do recall the look of such cultural kitchenware. Of course, though similar, these designs are reserved for the washroom.
Created by architects Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn of NORM Architects for Inbani, a manufacturer based in Spain, the New Norm Bath Collection falls in line with the latter's pension for modern bath fixtures and accessories. The collection is comprised of five pieces (pedal trash can, toilet brush, soap dispenser, toothbrush cup and storage vessel with a small mirror), all of which boast similar silhouettes save for size. They are available in two colors: black or white.
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