Inside Kohler x Daniel Arsham’s Immersive Artistic Collab


cabin surrounded by greenery

The Arsham Cabin in Wisconsin.

Following a successful meeting of the minds in 2021, Kohler and artist Daniel Arsham have come together for an innovative new venture—one that transports guests into a realm of artistic exploration.

The luxury design brand and world-renowned creative, whose 2021 collaboration gave way to the limited-edition Rock.01 3D printed sink, have debuted a multi-layered experience across the Kohler resort’s prestigious golf course and properties in Wisconsin.

living room inside a cabin

Inside Arsham Cabin.

view of a blue tiled bathroom through a doorway

Kohler's Landshapes bathroom collection.

Titled Arsham in Kohler, the experience includes six monolithic sculptures inspired by what the artist refers to as “the confusion of time.” Arsham’s work addresses the malleability of present and future through eroded casts of modern artifacts and contemporary human figures made from natural materials like sand and selenite. The pieces on display invite diverse interpretations from visitors and players, fostering an open dialogue around art, hospitality, and design.

The collaboration between the storied bath brand and artist continues with the introduction of the Arsham Cabin, where guests can further immerse themselves in Arsham’s world with a stylish space designed to impress. Just south of the Whistling Straits golf course with sweeping views of Lake Michigan and serene woodlands, the two-bedroom, two-bathroom cabin features a wraparound porch to take in the scenery, wood-burning fireplace and large zen-garden complete with Arsham’s sculptures. The interiors are a cozy mix of contemporary art and furniture designed by the artist, while the kitchen and bath areas incorporate signature Kohler fittings and bold shades of blue.

On display for the first time in the cabin is the sleek new Landshapes bathroom collection by Arsham that officially launches later this summer. The pieces take design cues from nature with some recognizable motifs from his artworks. Notable designs include a large hand-carved freestanding bathtub influenced by Japanese chinoiserie motifs and Arsham’s recent travels to the country, and organically shaped wooden mirrors that instantly add warmth and whimsy to the bath. Decorative glass faucet handles and knobs mimic water droplets and seem to melt and mold to the touch of your hand, while ethereal pendants and sconces add a layer of illumination to the room.

amorphous shaped mirror above a bulbous sink

Kohler’s Landshapes bathroom collection on display in Arsham Cabin.