In our LAUFEN Spaces worldwide, we display LAUFEN design lines and bring people together to envision bathroom culture for the 21st century. All spaces are unique, yet unmistakenly LAUFEN and offer fresh inspiration and personal services to evolve your ideas.
LAUFEN Spaces initiate cultural exchange and curate influences and ideas from all spheres of society, bringing together creative minds from around the world – in virtual channels and in real life.
Touch. Arrange. Shapes. Colors. This finish? These dimensions? LAUFEN Spaces are designed to allow for maximum experimentation and a hands-on experience of our products. Personal consultations and planning sessions complete our services.
Our LAUFEN Spaces around the globe serve as experiental showrooms. Here, we enable every guest to experiment with products, learn about materials and enter into an exchange with some of the most inspiring minds of our times. Bringing people together is how we evolve and celebrate bathroom culture.
Located in West Berlin’s most iconic street, our Berlin space emanates Konstantin Grcic’s love for detail and playful abstraction.
Amidst a picturesque city center, Austrian design studio EOOS pushes the envelope on sustainable design in our Vienna space.
Set in a beautiful, historical building, our Milano space mirrors the city’s unmistakable, creative verve – a stage, always in motion, just like La Scala which is a stone’s throw away.
A regal villa from the 1700s turned into a modern expression of love for life – sounds like Patricia Urquiola.
Our Prague space has a love for art and juxtaposes inspiring pieces with design lines – all in a beautifully renovated building from the 1800s.
Steeped in sunlight, our Miami space offers a beautifully honest display of industrial craftsmanship.
The LAUFEN Forum unites our vision of bathroom culture, craftsmanship and Swissness in an exceptional showroom not far away from the city of Basel.
Explore an immersive, virtual experiment with our Kartell • LAUFEN design line by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba in four surreal rooms. Created by experiential designer Annabelle Schneider with Swiss architects Gabrielle Hächler and Andreas Fuhrimann.