When you incorporate luxury into the world of architecture and interior design, it oozes a completely different feel and experience.
Kohler Co. was able to hop in early on this trend train which is why it held the KOHLER Design Forum in the Philippines on October 29 at The Fifth in Rockwell. The event served as an open space for creative minds to meet fellow curators from around the globe and to be able to talk about the diverse interpretations they each had about the latest innovations. Kohler also aimed for the local designers, architects, and engineers to garner these shared ideas to come up with fresh.
This year’s theme was “Experiential Luxury”, due to the immense uprise of aesthetic importance not just in terms of design but in food, fashion, and etc. The more we welcome technology, the more we need to make use of it in our daily lives. Experiential Luxury focused on giving its consumers the best of both worlds, fresh designs and the ease technology brings. Presenting products that are lux but unmistakably practical.
Discussions were tossed here and there by experts in the design and art industry to further stimulate present designers with the idea that the experience of luxury should not be exclusive in this day and age. Along with that, Kohler launched their new line of products that was influenced by Experiential Luxury.
“We live in a time where luxury is no longer an experience exclusive to the elite. KOHLER creates products that enable users to have rich experiences,” says Angel Yang, President of Kohler Co. Kitchen & Bath, Asia Pacific.
“We at Kohler define luxury as a feeling. We design products that enrich comfortable spaces, elevating the mood and creating the feeling of customized luxury,” she adds.