Shaped by hand: Infini by THG-Paris and Haviland

French artisans engraved each piece in a counter-relief engraving pattern inspired by solar radiation.

French atelier THG-Paris launched its newest collection, Infini, produced in collaboration with Limoges-based porcelain manufacturer Haviland. This is the first collaboration between the two French brands, and joins two other earlier product launches by THG-Paris: Dean, designed by Studio THG; and West Coast and Grand Central, created in partnership with interior designer Timothy Corrigan.

Infini features Haviland’s pattern in a new design for the bath. THG-Paris and Haviland’s designers re-imagined the classic Infini pattern. French artisans engraved each piece in a counter-relief engraving pattern inspired by solar radiation. Using an enameling technique and painting process executed by hand, Haviland’s pattern has both a matte and glossy finish combination. The collection is shaped by hand.

Infini is offered in various configurations for basins, matching bathtub and shower systems and a range of matching accessories incorporating the patterned design. The collection is offered in different finishes, including white, gold and platinum.


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Tetard-Haudiquez-Grisoni (THG-Paris) is based near Normandy, France. The company has partnerships with Lalique, Bernardaud, DAUM, Baccarat, Christofle and Manufacture de Monaco. Various collections are also created by designers including Jean-Claude Delépine, Pierre-Yves Rochon, Alberto Pinto, Jamie Drake, Rémi Tessier and Studio Putman.


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