Turquoise has many shades and all of them seem playful, even when they are displayed in a very bright and polished space. They bring some warmth into the room, despite its natural cool hues, and take the seriousness away from the plain cold tiles!
Going back to first principles, we pared the taps back to their essence, creating a minimal, quiet object that demonstrates the symbiotic relationship between cast elements and machined components. Each element was designed for its purpose. For instance, the machined lines on the top of the tap communicate its function as a control — one naturally feels like turning it!
An open bathroom with a lot of daylight benefits from light turquoise interior. It creates a feeling of familiarity and security, the soft colors not dominating the room but rather making way for the abundance of natural lighting. Wood and turquoise match very well. Even though they appear contrasting, it‘s precisely their differences that make them such a good match. The turquoise tiles that resemble fish scales are on the colder spectrum of colors, while the well-known sight of wood feels wonderfully warm.
TONO Elements and TONO One are suited to a range of residential and commercial interiors. Where TONO One unifies the component parts of a bathroom in three pre-fabricated units (a shower, sink and WC ), TONO Elements offers considerable choice, flexibility and endless combinations. With over one hundred products, ‘Elements‘ comprises a range of sinks, baths, WCs, brassware and furniture, available in a variety of materials and finishes. Indeed, Porcelanosa‘s palette of materials is extensive and includes marble, ceramic, timber and KRION® Solid Surface. Several Porcelanosa Grupo companies were involved in the making of TONO: Noken — a manufacturer of bathroom equipment; L‘Antic Colonial — a specialist in exclusive and natural products (such as terracotta, marble and wood); and Systempool — the developer of KRION®, a next generation solid surface.
When you work with a natural inspiration such as water, it is easy to come to an organic design—it‘s what we expect for a bathroom collection. Futuristic? Yes, it is also futuristic and here you can observe the hand of Zaha Hadid. So, the balance comes because of two paths joining in a unique idea.
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