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(Courtesy Porcelanosa)
(Courtesy Porcelanosa)

When it comes to form and function, these kitchen and bath products would be right at home inside the International Space Station.

Vitae Collection
Zaha Hadid for Porcelanosa

Vitae—created for Noken, a high-end line of bathroom products by Porcelanosa—means life in Latin, and its globular shapes evoke water, the basis for all living forms. It includes a vanity, tub, hardware, and combination toilet-bidet. 

(Courtesy Steininger)

(Courtesy Steininger)

Slim
Steininger

With seamless lines, this aluminum kitchen system is an updated version of a Steininger classic. The 3-millimeter-thick aluminum was developed with new technology to allow it to be used on flat surfaces as well as folded around corners. Precision mitering allows for a simplified look and a sink that appears to have been cast in one piece, with a subtle slant.

(Courtesy Victoria + Albert)

(Courtesy Victoria + Albert)

Napoli Tub
Victoria + Albert

This spacecraft-like tub is made of ENGLISHCAST, a one-piece casting of volcanic limestone and resin that is harder and more durable than acrylic. While it has a low, open form, it is also one of Victoria + Albert’s longest tubs, at 75 inches in length. It is available in seven different finish options, like stone gray, in case you are going for more of a Death Star look.

(Courtesy Miele)

(Courtesy Miele)

Knock2Open Dishwashers
Miele

Look, Ma, no handles. Without any visible hardware, Miele’s Lumen and Diamond series dishwashers open with a tap on the outside. The modelsoffer a countdown via subtle LED
lights on the side of the door, and the machine will automatically open to dry at the end of a cycle.

(Courtesy Duravit)

(Courtesy Duravit)

Light X Mirrors
Duravit

These sleek, modern mirrors integrate ambient LED lighting and smart technology to create a striking design. The light is adjustable via touchless control, and optional heating capabilities prevent the mirrors from fogging up.

(Courtesy Dacor)

(Courtesy Dacor)

Discovery TouchTop Induction Cooktop
Dacor

Dacor’s TouchTop Induction cooktop is one step closer to pushing a button and having a perfectly cooked roast appear, a la The Jetsons. Simply tap and slide a finger over the power-level bar to control temperature or select simmer and power boost options. Additionally, an impressive safety feature allows users to pause all cooking zones if one needs to step away in a hurry.

(Courtesy KWC)

(Courtesy KWC)

ZOE touch light PRO
KWC

All it takes is a couple of taps to get water at the perfect temperature. Touch one, two, or three times to get cold, warm, or hot water—with customizable controls that glow different colors to alert users. Additionally, the faucet has an integrated luminaqua LED ring that illuminates the stream of water for subtle mood lighting.

(Courtesy Delta)

(Courtesy Delta)

Sanborne Toilet Seat with NightLight
Delta

The way of the future is a toilet seat that glows at night with the help of an automatic timer. It is battery operated and has a soft-close lid that keeps from disrupting any guests. Sanborne is
also available with a potty-training seat for extra nighttime help.

(Courtesy Easy Drain)

(Courtesy Easy Drain)

S-Line
Easy Drain

The S-line provides the ultimate flexibility to create barrier-free shower designs, using either a brushed stainless-steel drain or a corresponding tile or natural stone. Easy Drain’s technology enables secondary drainage, even if there are cracks or leaks, for supreme waterproofing.

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