Bringing together the skills of our engineers, our twenty-two hand-created metal finishes and the work of designer-makers from across the globe, Elements offers the ability to play with colour, form and texture, in the creation of your very own design statement.
What’s the story
Alongside our passion for the creation of exquisite finished surfaces and textures we also admire the abilities and unique skillsets of designer-makers working in other industries. Elements was born out of a desire to highlight some of these other skillsets whilst allowing the customer to choose their own combinations in the creation of our first customisable range.
Use this Customizer Tool to build your own version.
Select from fourteen different covers
Working closely with designer-makers from across the globe we’ve curated a series of different covers that display their skillsets. Pick from any of them in the creation of your own design statement.
Uniquely hand worked natural stones and marbles
Choose from (clockwise from top left): Exquisite Rose, Jungle, Carrara & Volcano
Created by: Marmi Serafini, Italy
Hand poured, sealed and reinforced concrete
Choose from (clockwise from top left): Screed, Military, Chalk & Poured
Created by: JM Lifestyles, USA
Stained and brushed oak, subsequently encased within a lacquer
Choose from (clockwise from top left): Charred, Teak, Smoked & Ground
Created by: KLN Studios, USA
Unique creations using techniques in liquid metals and lacquers
Choose from (left to right): Oxblood & Oil Slick
Created by: Anka, UK
The creation of a simple form often needs an additional treatment to offer grip in bathroom environments and this is where Elements “Insert” comes into play. Carefully cut away from a brass block by an electrically charged wire each Insert is then fitted with magnets that hold them in place during use, but equally allow them to be quickly removed for cleaning.
Elements simple silhouette allows both the selected Main Finish and Cover Materials to dress the design in a look that is appropriate to the scheme that you are creating. We personally like to reference the clean silhouette with balanced surfaces such as Tarnished Brass, Rustica Brass or Gunmetal, but really there is no bad choice for this design.