ASIS PLUS

Variety creates unique
results.

ASIS PLUS 

Uniquely designed storage space: The clever expansion options for the Asis range mean you can finish the doors of all modules with tile, wood, Corian and other wall materials that are sure to make an impact.

With the Asis Plus, you can choose whether you’d like to finish the doors in tile or wood. Whether it blends seamlessly into your wall or creates a bold contrast, the choice is yours. All modules are frameless. They are connected directly to the protrusions from the wall, the brickwork or metal studs.

Variety is key to all of the pieces in the Asis Plus range – just like the scaled-back style of the emco bathroom furnishings. This means there’s more room for storing all of your things. A free choice of materials for seamless integration into your walls – for individuality in every corner of your bathroom.

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All products in the range:

9756 110 02, aluminium

Module for WC – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

9756 110 03, aluminium

Module for WC – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

9756 110 04, aluminium

Module for WC – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

9756 110 05, aluminium

Module for WC – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

9756 110 06, aluminium

Module for WC – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

9756 110 07, aluminium

Module for WC – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

9756 110 12, aluminium

Module for WC – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

9756 110 13, aluminium

Module for WC – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

9756 110 00, aluminium

Module for WC – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

9756 110 01, aluminium

Module for WC – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

9756 110 10, aluminium

Module for WC – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

9756 110 11, aluminium

Module for WC – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

9756 110 09, aluminium

Module for toilet brush set - built-in-model

9756 110 08, aluminium

Cabinet module – build-in model, door tileable (tiles + adhesive, max.: 12mm)

Step by step: the module unites with the wall.

1.

The piece is custom-fitted to the drywall.

2.

The door is temporarily removed to make tiling easier.

3.

Once the tiled door has been replaced, tiling of the remaining wall can begin.

Plenty of imagination, and even more functionality.

Interior architect and bathroom designer Jürgen Möllers talks about the daily challenges of designing individual bathrooms and the numerous possibilities for materials and modules.

Minimalist design doesn’t always have to mean a spartan setup. Is less really more?
Jürgen Möllers: Most bathrooms we build are very minimalistic. We always keep the feel-good factor in mind, so the pared-back look is always in combination with natural aspects such as wood surfaces or natural products like pebbles. The bathrooms are pared back during the design process, with just a few materials and not too many shiny surfaces as these often give a cool effect. Not everyone wants an overly elaborate bathroom, but a clear structure and simple lines will always be popular. It’s a fine line. The designs we come up with always consider the feel-good factor. This could mean small surface areas or a smooth wall – surface finishes that bring life into the bathroom. The lighting design has a big part to play, too: it sets the scene for individual elements, each with their own structures and colours. Functional and emotional lighting is often the deciding factor.

Would you say that modern bathroom design is more about creating space or being fully equipped?  
Jürgen Möllers: Storage space has an important part to play. You may sometimes need to incorporate extra protrusions from the wall, but the sense of space still increases. With virtually zero offset, perfectly integrated into the wall, the wash basin or the mirror cabinet. It’s all about taking some of the weight out of the room.

What do you think bathroom users are more interested in: form or function?
Jürgen Möllers: They’re probably about the same, really. We talk at length in our discussions to tease out a lot of details. It could be the exact positioning of the toothbrushes or the ideal height of the recess under the mirror cabinet. It could be that they want their favourite perfume to be within easy reach in the cabinet. It’s essentially everything from the exact calculations for storage space through the perfect place to keep all their cosmetics. When it comes to the range of individual requests regarding the form, which includes finding the exact location of features, the list is often enormous. So all things considered, function, yes, but always to suit individual needs, in the correct form and in the right place.

In terms of the many possibilities on offer for finishing the Asis modules, can you think of any more extravagant materials?
Jürgen Möllers: Mostly metal surfaces, especially materials like corten steel. But also specially mixed metal surfaces, which make use of metal spatulas. Otherwise, classic choices like wood remain popular. Wallpaper is also used at a surface material, allowing the module to blend even more easily with the wall.

»You may sometimes need to incorporate extra protrusions from the wall, but the sense of space still increases.«

JÜRGEN MÖLLERS,
INTERIOR ARCHITECT AND BATHROOM DESIGNER

  

Individual can mean many things. What are the most individual requests and plans that a customer has ever brought to you?
Jürgen Möllers: We put a lot of value on functionality and incorporating bespoke requirements into our bathrooms. The most unusual request has to be a project we worked on that involved planting an olive tree in the bathroom. It was made all the more unusual by the fact that the 260-year-old natural tree was to be incorporated in such a way that it looked permanently alive. The trick was attaching artificial branches that didn’t appear artificial in the room. So yes, that was definitely our most unusual project.

To finish then, a question on the future of bathroom design. Can we keep redesigning the wheel?
Jürgen Möllers: The combination of design possibilities offers us plenty of scope and will continue to do so in the future. A huge trend is definitely digitalisation, which is moving more and more into the bathroom. From a control systems point of view, this includes controlling music and, above all, the light functions – always taking emotions into consideration. It also includes the opportunity to play around with things such as water and scent. Specific moods can be created at the touch of a button, from invigorating in the morning to relaxing in the evening. This creates a room that has been designed down to the tiniest detail for individual relaxation and wellness.

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