25 December 2020
INAX Launches The S200 LINE - Maximizing Comfort And Functionality Within Compact Urban Bathroom Spaces
In a city where urban living spaces come at a premium, the Japanese are masters in achieving maximum comfort in the minimum of spaces. Maxi-Compact, S200 LINE’s design concept born through this approach, offers the perfect bathroom for the urban lifestyle, maximizing both comfort and functionality within compact spaces. Applying INAX’s human-centric innovation and insightful design, Maxi-Compact achieves the ultimate balance of usability, beauty, and spaciousness in modest-size bathrooms.
01 December 2020
INAX participated in the Dezeen's Virtual Design Festival.
INAX participated in the Dezeen's* Virtual Design Festival, the world's first online design festival in 2020.
19 May 2020
Launched INAX's bathroom design concept "Light and Shadow."
For a long time, the people of Japan have found subtle beauty in the design of natural light and shadows. Even today, in an increasingly illuminated world, architects integrate them into their designs, imparting a sense of serenity and rejuvenation.
31 March 2020
INAX Brands are Pushing Design Thinking in the Home
Meet our 15 iF Design Award winning design concepts and products - with INAX leading the way
23 March 2020
Innovative Japanese Restroom Space “REST and” Opens in Kashima Soccer Stadium, in Preparation for 2020
LIXIL Co., Ltd. (“LIXIL”), together with Kashima Antlers FC Co., Ltd. (“Kashima Antlers”), launched an innovative Japanese restroom concept space at the Kashima Soccer Stadium, named “REST and,” on Friday, August 23, 2019, renewing the ladies’ facility in preparation for 2020.
20 November 2019
9 INAX Brand Products Receive Good Design Awards in 2019
LIXIL Group Corporation’s 9 INAX brand products received 2019’s Good Design Awards, presented by the Japan Institute of Design Promotion. The awards recognized 9 products that offered both the functionalities that respond to people’s needs and excellent design. Amongst them was the ultra-thin, elegantly articulated CERAFINE wash basin series that express the Japanese sensibility through the beautiful use of space, made possible by developing a revolutionary clay.
10 November 2019
INAX MUSEUMS' Kiln Plaza reopened
INAX MUSEUMS’ Kiln Plaza reopened with new exhibits after three-year conservation work, passing on 100 years’ history of Tokoname’s modern ceramics industry to future generations.
01 November 2019
Bathroom space that embodies the “Rituals of Water” established in a temple, the origin of Japanese bathing culture
This autumn, we are pleased to present a space that embodies the world of the Rituals of Water, set up in the historic Higiri Jizoson Kannon-in Temple in Kiryu City, Gunma Prefecture.
01 August 2019
INAX Exhibition in Milan Design Week 2019 has set great start for global expansion
INAX “The Rituals of Water” Exhibition in Milan has inspired the well-known media infinite imagination of Japanese-style bathroom space and life and gained great coverage. This set great start for INAX global expansion and launch of S600 LINE and S400 LINE.
28 May 2019
INAX unveiled "The Rituals of Water" at Kitchen & Bath China 2019
The new collections, S400 LINE and S600 LINE, that convey "The Rituals of Water" have inspired the public's infinite imagination of Japanese-style bathroom space and life.
24 May 2019
INAX unveils new collections at Kitchen & Bath China 2019
S400LINE and S600LINE, the new collections reflect INAX's design values and signature elements, which convey Japanese aesthetics in a contemporary style.
08 April 2019
INAX sets out for global expansion at Milan Design Week
INAX has unveiled two new INAX bathroom collections for the global market at Milan Design Week 2019.
The new collections will be launching in selective markets starting from May 2019.
11 March 2019
New Global Brand and Design Concept
INAX, which manufactures innovative sanitary ware and artistic tiles, is today known for its sophisticated designs and purposeful technology. Since it fired up its first kilns in the 1920s, the brand has been at the heart of shaping bathrooms in Japan, including the creation of revolutionary technologies such as Japan’s first shower toilet.