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Pebble collection by Bjarke Ingels Group

Danish bathroom ware manufacturer D Line has collaborated with Bjarke Ingels Group to create a new contemporary series characterised by playful, elliptical shapes and tactile materiality.

The series, developed over two years by BIG’s technology-driven special projects division BIG Ideas, includes a soap dispenser, shower shelf, towel rail, toilet brush, toilet roll holder, coat hook, lever handle, key escutcheon and a thumb turn. It also includes a smart lock system operated by mobile.

“Just as we did in the 1970s, d line is making a bold statement with both colour and shape with our Bjarke Ingels Group collection. As we shift our gaze to a more international outlook, we are excited to include more privately-owned spaces into our portfolio, truly making us a brand for those wanting a Scandinavian and design-focused lifestyle, ” said D Line CEO Søren Blangsted.

The range is suitable for offices, retail spaces, hotels, restaurants and high end residential spaces and is available in matt black, matt white and stainless steel.

The Pebble Collection will launch on 25 March 2019 and online preorders are available from February 2019.

dline.com/designere/bjarke-ingels-group/

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