Collection 2017

Ex.t at Maison & Objet 2017

For the very first time this year Ex.t is taking part in the winter edition of Maison & Objet in Paris to showcase some new products from our 2017 collection. According with the brand’s value, the new products feature craftsmanship, top quality standards, innovation and versatility at their core. For 2017 a special edition of Frame furniture system by Norm Architects is launched along with a brand new line of mirrors designed by Ex.t’s latest entry Samuel Wilkinson. For the 3rd year in a row Ex.t reconfirms its collaboration with Danish studio Norm Architects and welcomes the partnership with English designer Samuel Wilkinson, highlighting the brand’s philosophy to unite the latest global design trends with the Tuscan artisan heritage, to create bathroom furniture inspired by the home design world and suitable for many living spaces.

Float & Gravity

The very first collaboration for Ex.t with London based designer Samuel Wilkinson, is unveiling a line of bathroom mirrors inspired by universal space and the force of gravity. Like two planets in Space an opal glass sphere is buoyant along a semicircular marble shelf over the Float mirror whilst the framed double mirrors of Gravity attract each other thanks to a fascinating game of magnifying forces. The designs feature a sophisticated simplicity which makes the mirrors versatile & unique accessories for the bathroom and beyond.

Frame System special edition

The Frame System launched last year has a surprise in store for 2017 presenting an exclusive edition of the popular collection. Brass finishes, smoked oak and Navona travertine are the features chosen by Norm Architects to bring warmness & a hearty feeling to the collection. Inspired by bathroom consoles from industrial interiors and mid 20th century Danish design furniture, Frame is a light, airy set of bathroom furniture which can evolve along with your home whilst decorating many different living spaces. Featuring a modular system of consoles and furniture embodying a Nordic attitude with the Italian core of traditional craftsmanship, conceived for a new market which is more and more asking for versatile bathroom furniture.

What’s next?

The second part of Ex.t’s new collection 2017 will be unveiled during Milan Design week in April. We are pleased to confirm another successful partnership, with German designer Sebastian Herkner, Ex.t will be launching new designs from Plateau collection which was showcased for the first time at the Salone in 2016.

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