Each week, our editors bring you a round-up of selected products, events, exhibitions, and anything else of interest to the design lover. Scroll through the gallery below to see our top picks of the week:

Colour Coding

Comprised of three design lines – Round, Soft and Square – that also work together, Roca's Inspira Collection of vitreous china and furniture presents multiple combinations and ample possibilities to bring life to bathrooms of any style.

Find out more at roca.hk

Magic Carpet

Nendo Design, founded by architect Oki Sato, teams up with rug company Nodus to craft this exquisite “one-stroke” rug, in which the decorative pattern is created with one very long single line – “during the making of which the pen was never detached from the sheet of paper,” explains Oki. Each piece is hand-tufted by craftsmen in India over the course of six months and invites the observer to trace the trajectory of the pattern with their eyes. 

Find out more at nodusrug.it

Calming Ritual

The wall-mounted Rainfinity shower head from Hansgrohe tilts between 10 and 30 degrees. Three spray modes – microfine PowderRain, Intense PowderRain and RainStream – a slightly concave surface and jet disc holes ensure the body is softly enveloped by water.

Find out more at hansgrohe-asia.com

Free Flow

Award-winning architect and interior designer Jean-Michel Gathy creates seamless transitions with the element of water for the Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River. Boosting 299 elegantly furnished guest rooms, his unique contemporary interpretation of interior and landscape design is mirrored throughout the urban sanctuary.

Find out more at denniston.com.my

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