The idea behind ubiquitous inclusivity is undoubtedly an appealing one, which is why universal and accessible design principles have been gaining so much traction in recent years. Here, two renowned design experts weigh in on utilising these principles to create accessible bathrooms – and share the design thinking underpinning the process.
Luke Di Michiel, designer of Caroma’s new Liano II Colour Basins Collection, discusses the benefits of local design and manufacturing, and why high-level customisation is the future of bathroom design.
There has never been a more pressing time for architecture and design to save us than now. In an era of catastrophic environmental lows, a generation of a new age of sustainability is emerging and is ready to disrupt our ‘new normal.’
This two-part series delves into the collaborative creative process behind Caroma’s new collection, Elvire. In partnership with Evostyle, we speak to Luke Ommundson on how the new Elvire Collection brings a fresh new perspective for bathroom spaces.
The humble bathroom has transformed from outhouse status to become a valued extension of our living spaces – a safe haven of luxury and refined self-expression.
In a two part series, we explore the design chain and its process with the brilliant minds behind closed doors. In part 1, we speak to Phillip Gray of Port Stephens Joinery.