These utensils, designed by architect Theo Keller, are manufactured in a southern German metalworking shop with a great deal of technical precision. The principle: all utensils – from towel rod, to soap holder, to toilet paper holder - are produced by bending, snapping and rotating the same workpiece, a stainless steel rod with a diameter of 8 mm. A ring, produced on a lathe, serves as the sole mounting element; it too is stainless steel and equipped with a wall screw. Additional parts, like covers, are therefore extraneous. The ring, alone or as a pair, offers a firm or movable position depending on the objects. To obtain the firm position the ring is furnished with an additional hole and a hexagon socket locking screw. The designer himself describes this particular line of bathroom products with the attributes, "permanent, timeless, ascetic." We don’t need to anything more.