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Kohler & AB Concept talk Design trends

by Sophie Cullen on Nov 9, 2015 in Products
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Mark Bickerstaffe from Kohler (left) and Ed Ng from AB Concept (right) discussed bathroom design trends at a recent forum

Mark Bickerstaffe from Kohler (left) and Ed Ng from AB Concept (right) discussed bathroom design trends at a recent forum

At an exclusive recent event in Hong Kong, Kohler and AB Concept joined forces to discuss upcoming design trends

The discussion entitled Design Trends: Contemporary, Space, Colour and Intelligence featured the director of new product development from Kohler, Mark Bickerstaffe and the principal of interior design firm AB Concept, Ed Ng. The two industry leaders shared their views on global trends in relation to contemporary designs, colours and materials.

A selection of guests attended the discussion

A selection of guests attended the discussion

In particular interest to Hong Kong-homeowners, the panel also talked about space saving and intelligent bathroom design. Bickerstaffe is confident that Kohler is offering the most modern solutions in terms of space manipulation. "We recognise in a small space you can't move very fast, and it's all about putting layers and layers of storage and functionality into it."

Ed Ng from AB Concept detailed what the future of the Hong Kong bathroom may be like

Ed Ng from AB Concept detailed what the future of the Hong Kong bathroom may be like

In terms of modern design, homeowners are often looking for high tech features in their bathrooms. "The idea now of intelligence is to make technology invisible, unnoticeable," explains Ed. The basic thing is to make all the intelligent functions invisible once people step in the room. Ed says, "Imagine when you step in the room, the lighting is right, the temperature is right, the water temperature is just right at your fingertips. You should not recognize where technology is, but it is actually there. Invisibility and intuitiveness are the big words."

 

 

 

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