Kohler and Daniel Arsham Design a 3D-Printed Ceramic Sink Inspired by Rocks
Global kitchen and bath brand Kohler and artist Daniel Arsham have come together in a unique collaboration that merges installation art and sink design. Equipped with Kohler’s technology to 3D print with clay, Kohler designed the innovative Rock.01, a ceramic vessel with an organic form similar to river rocks. The 3D-printed sink rests on top of a cast-iron “rock” in a brushed patina to create a dynamic interplay that’s often seen in Arsham’s work.
To pair with the unveiling of the sink, Arsham also created Stone Flow, a custom installation that uses giant rocks to emulate the design of the Rock.01. Both the sink and installation were unveiled at this year’s Design Miami/ 2021. The one-of-a-kind sink will only be available this month in an edition of 99.
To purchase one of the 99 Rock.01 sinks available, visit kohlercollective.com.