Oki Sato presents his new collection for Bisazza Bagno, which brings the Japanese concept of bath to a series of minimal, refined floating islands.
Japanese designer Oki Sato, part of the celebrated collective Nendo, discusses his new collection for Bisazza Bagno in the Bisazza showroom, which he also designed. The Nendo collection reinterprets the Japanese concept of bath, presenting a series of wooden boxes which can be combined and nested inside each other. When the larger vessels are filled with water — such as the bathtub or the sink — the smaller vessels float and drift. This poetic idea is also reflected in the design of the Bisazza showroom, in which small clusters present the brand's three collections.