"KOSMOS Collection"

Carlos del Castillo

Julia Emslander

KOSMOS Collection

With the Kosmos collection, Sandhelden obtains a balance between the purity of design and the focus on sand as a material.

 

Kosmos, Greek for “order” or “world”, is the eponym for the new minimalistic-classic bathroom collection by Sandhelden.

  

Following the principles of minimal design, Kosmos simplifies every design feature to its purest essence, just as everything in nature can be reduced to its original natural element: earth, fire, air and water.

 

 According to this approach, the aim is to reduce the complexity of previous designs and achieve forms that are fundamental to human understanding, have a calming effect and can relax the mind.

Each model consists of minimalist, modern and timeless designs with a clear line as the language of form. The sustainable, as well as high-quality material sand, which is processed in the 3D printing process, underlines the naturalness and uniqueness of the collection.
 

The models, designed in pairs, differ slightly in the shape of the lower termination. Some of them have an elegant straight base, while the others have a curved and dynamic finish that takes simplicity to the extreme.
 

With Kosmos, we bring the mind to the base through clean lines, simplicity and monochromatic products that invite us to enjoy the bathroom experience.

KOSMOS Collection

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Carlos del Castillo

Carlos studied Bachelor of Industrial Design Engineering and Product Development in Madrid (Spain) where he is originally from. The passion, commitment and the continuous pursuit of the connections between design and science are the characteristics that define his work.

Thanks to the versatility acquired through his engineering and design skills, passion for imaginative design and high motivation, he loves being able to face new challenges.

As the head of the product design department of Sandhelden, he also designed the Voronoi collection. A series of luminaries based on the famous mathematics tessellations, bringing for the first time the worldwide used pattern to the 3D sand printing technology. 

Julia Emslander

Julia Emslander studied communication design and fine arts in Munich, Germany and Marseille, France.

She works for international projects in art and design from South Africa to Estonia. Julia Emslander applies her minimalist design approach to editorial, print, corporate, web and interior design.

In her artistic practice, the cross-linking of ideas, cultural history with the most diverse disciplines has a high priority. A clear concept and formal language is the focus of her work.

 

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