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.
Together, Foster + Partners and Porcelanosa created the TONO collection, a truly remarkable, innovative and discerning set of bathroom components. In TONO — a collection made up of TONO Elements and TONO One — we find a clearly expressed design language, integrating minimalism, utility, sustainability and craft. TONO‘s designers have produced a bathroom for the 21st century, attaching great importance to water usage and efficiency, as well as intuitive and harmonious design: by concentrating on essential design aspects, all superfluous details were eliminated in order to promote sustainability. For example, the 2.3 litre capacity TONO sink reduces water wastage by providing just the right amount of water.
Imagine dipping your hand into a warm, silky, flowing stream. Visualise walking barefoot in a gently babbling brook. Picture lying in a beautiful, clear pool, the water softly cascading around you. Each of these imagined scenarios underpin the design of Vitae, a recent bathroom concept from Noken, developed in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Design. This revolutionary bathroom collection is striking in its form and presentation, with integral components that evoke images of Zaha Hadid‘s dramatic architecture. In truth, Vitae offers the perfect refuge and escape from life‘s everyday demands.
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