The challenge was to create a set of components that work together as part of an integrated system, with an unlimited choice of finishes and materials. Unified by a common, simple design language and palette of complementary materials and colour tones, the minimalist aesthetic brings to the fore an honesty of material, simplicity of form and the craft of manufacture.
Each fitting has been designed to meet the highest global standards with regards to reducing water consumption. Even the sink has been carefully designed to be small in scale, with a conical bowl that maximises the depth while using the minimum amount of water. It would have to be the breadth and depth of the complete collection — it is extremely flexible, yet each element is distinctly identifiable as TONO. It is truly unique.
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.
Noken foresees bathroom interiors imbued with lively, avant-garde atmospheres, and future-oriented ceramic floor tiles and wall tiles (by Porcelanosa). With Krion, a next generation solid surface from Systempool (a Porcelanosa company), the bounds of bathroom design are, in effect, limitless.
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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