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by | Oct 24, 2019 | #bathrooms

All-round excitement for Victoria + Albert Baths’ collaboration with Hong Kong-based designer Steve Leung

Luxury British bathing brand, Victoria + Albert Baths has unveiled its first collaboration with Hong Kong-based architect, interior and product designer Steve Leung. Taizu is a striking, contemporary round bath and the first product of its kind for the manufacturer.

Leung is renowned for his signature contemporary aesthetic that draws inspiration from Asian culture and arts. His motto, ‘Design Without Limits’, results in unique design statements that balance and go beyond aesthetics and functionality.

Architect and designer Steve Leung

Previewed at ISH in Frankfurt earlier this year, Taizu is named after the great Emperor Taizu, founder of the Song Dynasty, a ‘golden age’ era in Chinese history, reputed for its radiant culture. The bath’s design was inspired by Song ceramics, revered for their elegant proportions and sophisticated, straightforward shapes.

Taizu’s round form features gently sloping sides, a chamfered rim and delicate exterior detailing. The opulent 1500mm spa-style masterpiece features a void space underneath the bath, easing installation on solid floors. It can also be personalised in in six standard exterior paint finishes, or Victoria + Albert’s new palette of 194 RAL colours in gloss or matt finishes.

Victoria + Albert Baths / vandabaths.com

Steve Leung Design Group / sldgroup.com

Full Circle

by | Oct 24, 2019 | #bathrooms

All-round excitement for Victoria + Albert Baths’ collaboration with Hong Kong-based designer Steve Leung

Luxury British bathing brand, Victoria + Albert Baths has unveiled its first collaboration with Hong Kong-based architect, interior and product designer Steve Leung. Taizu is a striking, contemporary round bath and the first product of its kind for the manufacturer.

Leung is renowned for his signature contemporary aesthetic that draws inspiration from Asian culture and arts. His motto, ‘Design Without Limits’, results in unique design statements that balance and go beyond aesthetics and functionality.

Architect and designer Steve Leung

Previewed at ISH in Frankfurt earlier this year, Taizu is named after the great Emperor Taizu, founder of the Song Dynasty, a ‘golden age’ era in Chinese history, reputed for its radiant culture. The bath’s design was inspired by Song ceramics, revered for their elegant proportions and sophisticated, straightforward shapes.

Taizu’s round form features gently sloping sides, a chamfered rim and delicate exterior detailing. The opulent 1500mm spa-style masterpiece features a void space underneath the bath, easing installation on solid floors. It can also be personalised in in six standard exterior paint finishes, or Victoria + Albert’s new palette of 194 RAL colours in gloss or matt finishes.

Victoria + Albert Baths / vandabaths.com

Steve Leung Design Group / sldgroup.com

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