The collection, which includes bathroom cabinets, toilet roll holders, towel rails and hooks, forms part of Korean brand Lagom Bath's first release.
Lagom Bath tasked the studio with creating a series of items and units suitable for small homes and apartments.
"Our idea was to create cubic shapes with a lightness and tactility in its design and expression, with subtle transitions between the dark, wooden cabinet and the light, composite sink," said the architects.
"Featuring no visible knobs or handles, the functions of the furniture reveal themselves and become intuitive to you once you begin to interact and familiarise with it."
The vanity units, which come in a vertical freestanding version and a horizontal wall-mounted version, feature a wooden tray that can be placed on top of the sink to store products.
The collection also includes wall-mounted horizontal and vertical storage cabinets made from stained black ash with a mirror door.
Described by the designers as "light, graphic elements", the matt black toilet roll holder, towel rack and hooks are made from simple steel rods fixed onto circular wall mounts.
Norm Architects, founded in 2008 by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn, is known for its use of simple forms and muted colours.
Working across both architecture and product design, the studio's recent work includes a family home in Norway featuring mottled grey walls, earthen textiles and warm wooden panelling, and a versatile chair designed for a multi-use co-working space in Copenhagen.
The Danish studio previously worked on a bathroom collection for Spanish brand Inbani, which included two bathtubs and a sink that are each a contemporary interpretation of their antique bathroom counterparts.