The Zen Experience

As customer demand for spa-like bespoke options for individual spaces

athroom specialist VitrA has launched the Voyage collection – a collaboration with the award-winning multi- disciplinary artist and designer Arik Levy. Inspired by his time living and working in Japan, Levy worked closely with VitrA’s in-house design team to create a bathroom collection that allows both mind and body to relax. “Taking time for ourselves in the bathroom each day can be extremely purifying,” Levy said. “Our daily habits are deep-rooted, but I hope that the Voyage collection will help us to indulge ourselves and make time to enjoy our daily rituals.” With more than 130 products available in the range,


Voyage is one of VitrA’s most extensive collections to date, offering endless possibilities for customisation. The vast number of furniture and sanitaryware pieces can be individually tailored using the extensive range of colour, material, and size options, and by taking advantage of the variety of horizontal and vertical units and wall cabinets to create the ideal layout to suit any bathroom space or style.

The Voyage collection

The collection is entirely wall-hung, making it exceptionally versatile and ideal for small or awkward spaces. Both open and closed storage options are available – from hooks and open shelving, through to mirrored wall boxes and a variety of storage units. Each piece can be positioned anywhere in the room to suit individual needs.

Coordinating accessories include a heated towel rail and a toilet roll and brush holder is also available to complete the look. Voyage bathroom furniture is available in a range of dual-colour fi nishes, including

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Voyage washbasin in white, designed by Arik Levy

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aesthetic style. Levent Giray, managing director of VitrA UK, comments: “The Voyage collection highlights the importance of taking time to practise self-care on a daily basis. Arik Levy worked closely with our in-house design team to ensure that his vision was expertly manufactured and engineered to be as versatile as possible, ensuring maximum convenience and choice for our customers.”

The new fl agship showroom VitrA Bathrooms is opening a new 5,600sq ft fl agship space in London’s Clerkenwell. The showroom will occupy two fl oors of the award-winning Turnmill Building, designed by Piercy & Company.


fl amed grey and natural oak, sand and taupe, and fl amed grey and forest green. Cast from hygienic and easy-to-clean ceramic, the Voyage collection includes a range of countertop and wall-hung washbasin units that offer a convenient combination of wet, dry and semi-wet areas, blurring the lines between a traditional bowl and a vanity unit. This collaboration is the latest in VitrA’s longstanding approach of working with world-renowned designers to create distinctive and modern bathroom collections. Arik Levy joins a group of designers such as Ross Lovegrove, Sebastian Conran, Terri Pecora and, most recently, Claudio Bellini, each of whom has worked closely with VitrA’s in-house team to create bathrooms that refl ect their own vision and

London will offer a busy programme of exhibitions, social events and stimulating talks. These activities will facilitate an open dialogue between the brand and its key audiences of architects, designers, specifi ers, and the wider bathroom industry. “VitrA London marks the beginning of an exciting

new chapter for our business, enabling us to engage more effectively with our national and international client base,” Giray explains. “Our aim is

for VitrA

London to become a cornerstone of the architecture and design community – a place for clients to meet, work, socialise, as well as simplifying the bathroom specifi cation process for them.”

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