Designed by Phoenix Design for Laufen, Mimo is a bathroom for the young generation which refuses to conform to formulaic solutions.
September 19th, 2011
Laufen’s red dot award-winning Mimo is for those who don’t like formulaic solutions or having their style cramped by small bathroom layouts.
The design, with its curved shapes and bold colours and patterns, is the work of Stuttgart-based studio Phoenix Design.
The collection’s colour range lets it be personalised, although it remains unique and distinctive through the exclusive Mimo pattern of interlaced rings.
Washbasins are available in 2 colours and feature coloured siphon covers.
Body and environment-friendly materials – such as ceramics – have been selected in the making of Mimo, for a collection that cares for you and its environment.
Mimo is available in Australia from Bathe.
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