Designer Hadi Teherani has created a bathroom concept for the AXOR Distinctive project, which is an exploration of the individualisation megatrend and how it is manifested in personal living spaces.
Teherani's concept has been designed to reflect his own individual idea of this space – in its daily use, its design, and its furnishing. It is inspired by the public baths in the Middle East, which usually cover an area of hundreds of square metres, formed out of several individual cupolas accommodating the reception area, the dressing rooms, the main bathroom, the fountains, and the toilet.
It features the form of a cupola placed in the centre of a house or a hotel suite. In an open layout, the circular room is accessible from several sides with four window openings and round arches facing each other. In the centre, an organically formed bathtub is the focal point, alongside a spacious shower area and a generous, oval double washbasin.
Included in the design are AXOR Citterio E taps, AXOR overhead and hand-held showers, as well as AXOR Universal Softsquare Accessories in Matt Black.
Teherani describes the products as fulfilling the role of functional jewellery, and said: “The taps crown the bathroom concept with their timeless elegance and transport the water to the washbasin. The overhead shower is a recharging area for new energy and the bathtub tap is the water source at the bathtub.”