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Olivia Putman designs for THG

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 26, 2015 in Products
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One of the judges at last year’s A&D Trophy Awards, Olivia Putman has collaborated with French, luxury fittings manufacturer THG to design their new range Metamorphose

Putman was inspired by the natural flow of water for the range, saying, “The fluidity of the design gently encompasses squares and curves evoking the simplicity of natural movement.” The collection incorporates such unique materials as carbon fibre and ceramic into its detailing, mediums commonly found in the world of watchmaking.

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White or black ceramic inserts can be found on the lever handles, adding to the luxury of the range. In addition to traditional finishes such as chrome, rhodium and gold, the range is available in a striking rose gold, adding elegance and style to any bathroom. The Metamorphose collection comes in a range of five designs for bathroom, basin and shower and includes a range of accessories.

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All images courtesy www.thg.fr

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