27th May 2021 | IN INDUSTRY NEWS & BUSINESS | BY SBID ShareTweetPinterestLinkedIn This month’s product roundup features the latest news and designer collaborations from SBID Accredited suppliers; from a debut range of desirable dressing table mirrors, new-to-market sustainable gym equipment and innovative tiling patterns for exquisite natural materials, to adaptable design concepts for contemporary bathroom furniture and fittings. EDITION 90 Bathroom Collection by KEUCO: Where the circle meets the square Introducing EDITION 90; a new collection of bathroom furniture and accessories designed exclusively for KEUCO by renowned German design agency Tesseraux & Partners. The theme and design element that is prevalent throughout the collection is the merging of the circle with the square, creating a distinct 90 degree angle. With wall mounted washbasins which can mixed and matched with all the Edition 90 furniture, the collection is uniquely adaptable and can be placed wherever you wish; offering the flexibility to create uniquely personal designs for the bathroom. The design language and visual statement of Edition 90 is best exemplified by the fittings; the range includes single-lever, three hole and wall mounted options for washbasins and for bathtubs, an elegant free-standing mixer fitting or wall mounted spout with separate built-in thermostatic flow controls. Click to shop Armac Martin collaborates with interior designer, Sophie Paterson for latest collection Armac Martin announce their first ever collaboration collection. Introducing The Claremont Collection – a debut range of desirable luxury brass dressing table mirrors, designed by eminent interior designer Sophie Paterson. The new Claremont Collection features three impeccably crafted mirrors in a timeless satin antique lacquered finish. Each sophisticated mirror captures the essence of everlasting style designed to transcend the ages. Sophie Paterson said: ‘Together we wanted to create a range that would work in any interior from classic to contemporary, with a timeless design that would be equally functional and beautiful.’ Click to shop Siminetti shares a breakthrough in the study of its luxury material, Mother of Pearl Mother of pearl (also known as nacre) is one of the most studied biomaterials due to its beauty and incredible strength. Through technology and advanced modelling, researchers discovered that the iridescent colours of pearl we adore, are a direct result of the varying thickness of its layers reflecting light back to our eyes. This furthers the understanding of the colours that Siminetti are able to offer for their exclusive luxury surfaces, and builds upon the reasons why specific colourations of nacre can only be found in specific areas. Highlighting the exquisite natural wonder of this unique material, Siminietti’s latest and most desirable collection features highly detailed patterns inspired by nature. The intricacy requires the best artisans, implementing their extensive wealth of knowledge to ensure the designs showcase the beauty of mother of pearl in a more deserving fashion. Click to shop Paragon Studio launches with bespoke, sustainable gym equipment New to the market, Paragon Studio launched its design-led range of high-end, sustainable gym equipment for private, residential and superyacht gyms across the globe. With years of experience in the luxury fitness sector, the extensive collection meets the increased demand for customisation and bespoke gym design, using the finest natural and sustainably-sourced materials. With origins in the superyacht and hospitality sectors, Paragon Studio understands that the identity of a boat or hotel is part of the whole experience and enjoyment of a space. Its ability to customise products with logos and monograms, whilst matching materials used throughout the rest of the space offers interior designers complete ease of design specification. Click to shop From shower area to shower tile: Bette revolutionises the shower area With BetteAir, the world’s first shower tile made of glazed titanium steel, Bette completes the evolution of the shower tray into a part of the bathroom floor. BetteAir integrates so perfectly into the floor that it is hardly noticeable, a milestone in bathroom architecture. What’s more, the floor-level installation of the shower tile is a real revolution, as it can also be glued directly to the screed like a conventional tile. Made of durable and easy to clean glazed titanium-steel, Bette has reduced the height of the BetteAir shower tile to an unbelievable ten millimetres, which roughly corresponds to the thickness of a large-format tile. Designer Dominik Tesseraux (Tesseraux & Partner, Potsdam) sums up the revolutionary development: “BetteAir has all the advantages of a tile without its disadvantages. With the shower tile, the floor of the shower is immaculately beautiful, free of joints and thus absolutely hygienic and easy to clean.” Click to shop Sourcing for your next project? Explore the exclusive SBID Directories in SBIDPro to help solve your interior specification needs! Sign in to discover more. If you’d like to feature your product news here, get in touch to find out more.