The idea for Aquamass came about after Belgian entrepreneur Jean-Pol Piron visited and became inspired by a spa show in the US in 1978. He brought this inspiration back to Europe and introduced the next generation of luxury, lifestyle inspired, concepts of spa and wellness for the bathroom. Through the decades, the premium Belgium bathtub brand constantly evolved to represent advanced innovation, modern aesthetics, and smart technology in its avant-garde designs.
By teaming up with high-flying international creative engineers, including Matali Crasset, Xavier Lust, Michel Boucquillon, Alain Berteau, Bruno & Catherine Lefebvre, Aquamass is able to offer a plethora of designer ambiances made for artistic impact and unobstructed functionality. The premium selection ranges from less elaborate to extravagant designs: rustic stone-look architectures, interestingly textured topographies, animal patterns, sculptural silhouettes, lighted pieces, facades embellished with Swarovski crystals and 24K gold.
The ingenuity of the product styles is extended to the variety of the state-of-the-art materials used. This includes the highly moldable and recyclable Plasticryl, the always looking like new Cristalplant, the easy-to-clean Compolight and the uber smooth yet strong Solid Surface.
A graduate of Interior Architecture and Designer from L'Academie des Charpentiers in Paris, Hicham Lahlou is a Franco-Moroccan designer known for his exceptional outputs in interior architecture, product and furniture design, and identity branding. He is the recipient of the 2010 Observeur du Design award and the frontrunner in building the global identity of Morocco, Africa, and the Arab World.
In addition to specializing in residential and hotel interior designing projects, he is also an expert craftsman of a range of tableware and lighting objects. Born in 1973, Lahlou is responsible for making the traditional Moroccan arch a symbol of architectural elegance around the world with the universal appeal of his Koubba teapot.View other products by Hicham Lahlou