Making timeless and sturdy design is only one side of the coin.
Luxurious Taps and Bathroom Design. View our Piet Boon Collection. COCOON stands for timeless design. View our exclusive collections. Natural Materials.
By using real sustainable materials and having the right people shaping these into pieces of usable art, our products are timeless and withstand decades of use.
We are proud that the people working at our production studios exactly understand our vision.
In Italy near the idyllic Lago Maggiore, true craftsmen shape our taps and showers from noble stainless steel by hand and machine. New ideas from our designers offer a fresh look on tried and tested artisanal skills to make unique products according to traditional production values. In the same area the stonemasons from which their grandfathers were responsible for building the Dome in Milan, now use the latest cutting- edge technology on locally sourced marble, natural stone and modern sustainable materials like Silestone to produce our wash basins. The production of our Solid Surface collection and made-to-measure basins takes place in our advanced workshop in the Netherlands. We definitely believe that these decades of combined experience will reflect in every single bathroom fittings we make.
COCOON has the pleasure of working with studio Piet Boon, one of the most renown Dutch design studios.
Piet Boon designs contemporary architecture, interiors and customised products for the international luxury market. Piet Boon is responsible for the new COCOON taps, showers, basins and bathroom furniture collection.
The Piet Boon bathroom faucets taps and showers will have a distinctive shape and will be available in matte “Gunmetal Black”, matte “Raw Copper” and matte “Brushed Stainless Steel” finishings. The taps breathe sophistication by simplicity due to the technology to operate the single lever mixers over 2 axes.
The basins will be made from precious marbles and natural stones in combination with high-end bathroom cabinets made by a German expert in his field kitchen producer.
British architect John Pawson CBE, who founded his firm of the same name in 1981, is often hailed as the father of modern architectural minimalism. Although a title he would most likely poke fun at, for almost forty years Pawson has championed nothingness as the most straightforward form of beauty.
During his lustrous career, simplicity as a philosophy is something he has explored in retail designs for Jil Sander, Calvin Klein, Christofer Kane and in various monasteries, churches, musea, residential projects, hotels and now a complete contemporary bathroom collection for COCOON.
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