After the success of ITS, we were called back to design a new mirror cabinet range that allows the consumer to make the most of the limited space in small bathrooms.
The cabinets can be produced in illuminated and electric shaver socket versions, and the sliding mirrored doors, swing round, so they can be opened fully in tight spaces and can give reflected side and back views.
On both projects, we worked closely with Showerlux's in house R+D team, researching the market before starting the design, developing carefully selected ideas to sketch drawing and modelling stage, building test and visual prototypes, then supplying detailed engineering and production drawings for injection mouldings, castings and aluminium extrusions for the entire range of products.
Warwickshire based domestic bathroom product manufacturing company Showerlux UK, came to us with a project to help them design, develop and engineer a new range of products that could span the mid and upper, shower cubicle markets. Our brief was to create a system of components that could be configured to appeal to both modern and traditional tastes. Our innovative design solution was to create the Interchangeable Trim System, which gives the shower enclosure different aesthetic qualities depending on the style of trim used.
The concept even allows for a completely unique and customer created appearance to be achieved by substituting ceramic tiles, wooden dado or fabric for the factory made trim. As a result of the choice of colours and finishes on offer, there is a style to suit every taste in bathroom decor.