Space problem is a small but significant issue that has arisen with an advent increase in population. Because of this, people are not getting enough land to construct big homes for themselves and therefore they are living in small dwellings. But, even these small spaces are also well furnished as the designers, keeping the space issue in mind, are creating foldable furnishing units that can be wrapped into a compact form when not in use. Their designs are not limited to small bedrooms or kitchens only, but they are also coming up with compact bath fitting for tiny bathrooms. The Pixel collection of bath furniture is a very clever example of such foldable bath furniture units.
Designed by Oriol Barri, the Pixel series of bathroom fittings is designed to properly accommodate in the tiniest of tiny micro spaces. This design also won the third prize at the International Bath Furniture Contest SONIA in 2012. Each pixel unit is very simple and sleek (16 cm thick) and can be easily mounted on the wall of the bathroom. On opening the sliding door of the unit, you’ll be surprised to find a full-size folding sink and an underlying storage. You can thus create space in your minimal bathroom by hiding the foldable basin after using. Plus these are available in different colors to choose from.
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