The world of bathroom designers is so wide and they are so many rock stars on it. The gorgeous designs featured here have graced the company’s portfolio for some time but we are presenting here their own rock star status discover Top Bathroom Designers That Will Elevate Your Bathroom With Their Projects.
Patricia Urquiola knows by the nickname ‘Uragano Urquiola’, (Hurricane Urquiola) by the Italian press because of the way she worked into the top into the design industry.
Besides the numerous accolades she has won for her work, her influence has spread far and wide. She is even rumored to be the inspiration behind the naming of Ulquiorra Cifer, a character in the Japanese anime series Bleach!
French designer Philippe Starck has produced some juicy designs in his time, including the iconic Juicy Salif lemon squeezer that has been displayed in New York’s Museum of Art, and was even produced in limited edition varieties of anthracite and gold plate. The pioneering designer has a long list of successful furniture and lighting, and even pushes boundaries in vehicle conception and architecture. Starck takes his zest for design into just about every arena, including the bath.
Architect, inventor, and designer, Jean-Marie Massaud, is the co-founder of the revolutionary Studio Massaud, alongside Daniel Pouzet, and is responsible for the architectural wonder of Estadio Chivas (designed to resemble an erupting volcano). Massaud has many achievements, he was also awarded the “Grand Prix de la Salle de Bains d’Hotel 2012” (Hotel Bathroom Prize 2012) for his contribution to the universe of the hotel bathroom.
Starck says:”A bathroom is a place of beauty and awareness, a place where we can find ourselves. It is an aesthetic retreat for personal well-being, wherein water can be experienced through all the senses. Over a decade ago, the first Starck bathroom started a revolution. A place of hygienic functionality was turned into a new personal retreat. The bathroom as a living space was born – full of warmth and personality. This transformation continues.”