People often think of design as something extra, an adornment to the everyday features of their lives, but Toto's 'The Art of Everyday' exhibition aims to prove that mellifluous design and efficacious pragmatism need not exist in parallel worlds. The exhibition is on display as part of Clerkenwell Design Week, and it showcases the latest home products from the iconic Japanese bathroom brand.
The Art of Everyday coincides with Toto's 100th anniversary, and it is an appropriate indicator of how far the brand has come in that time. It features display products as well as photographs representing different domestic activities: from bathing to sleeping to cooking and eating. Those photos were curated by industrial designer David Tonge, who also provided annotations on the rest of the display.
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