Bathroom accessories by Antonio Gardoni

published in: Design By Costas Voyatzis, 09 June 2009

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The "5 collection" bathroom accessories by Antonio Gardoni can transform an ordinary bathroom "visit" into an unforgettable experience!

Produced by All.Pe, the "5 collection" is presented below:


FRAGILE toilette brush
FRAGILE toilette brush introduces the unfamiliar shape of a drinking glass, changing the scale and the direction, surprising with a new function.

SAINT soap dish
A soap dish thought to collect the excess of water and used soap without using the classic perforated surface underneath the soap itself. Made of two elements, the “cup” and the stainless steel disc that slide easily in the plastic cup trough 2 diagonals cuts. With a very easy gesture, you can separate the 2 parts and clean it perfectly.

RING soap holder
A soap dish thought to collect the excess of water and used soap without using the classic perforated surface underneath the soap itself. The soap bar sit on the upper circular surface slightly curved to the edges and screwed to the lower “cup” that collects the water. With a very easy gesture, using the hole, you can unscrew the 2 parts and clean it perfectly. Realized with two different colour plastic materials, one on the outside surface and one applied in the inside surface of the lower “cup”.


ZERO paper roll holder
A box to hold and protect the paper roll, to be placed wherever is needed, horizontally or vertically. A “minimum” object for a free and flexible use.

VASINO toilette brush
The classic and familiar shape of a flower vase becomes a container in precious ceramic to hold the bathroom’s toilette brush. The toilette brush handle in plastic material creates chromatic contrasts with the ceramic and protects the hand while used. Toilette brush holder available in two sizes: small and large.

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Antonio Gardoni

  • friend
    derek | 2009-06-09 18:23:43

    STARCk already treaded this ground way back with some great metaphors, I don't see what a wine glass has got to do with scrubbing toilets ?

  • friend
    royal creme | 2009-06-10 11:13:58

    I do love rethinking shapes and uses, but honestly the use of a glass shape for a toilet brush was more than I can bear.

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