• Indirect subtle lighting creates a unique sense of cosiness.
• A perfectly balanced mix of materials emphasizes the natural bathroom design.
• Interior design is enhanced by shapes and colours.
As the bathroom is more and more often becoming a haven of regeneration and relaxation, the use of subtle, indirect lighting transforms a wet room into the perfect wellness setting.
As a refuge from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Duravit's unique bathroom ranges fill this need for retreat and sanctuary.
Vitrium: natural material combinations with strategically placed illumination
The defining feature of Vitrium from Christian Werner is the clever composition of different materials. Washbasins made from a tactile, soft- touch cast mineral material are paired with console vanity units with a fine metal frame and fronts in back-lit glass, wood, or a range of décor finishes. The natural-looking ensemble creates a warm friendly atmosphere which is accentuated by restful, indirect light sources. With the careful placement of cosy lighting the bathroom becomes an oasis of wellbeing. Combined with the translucent fronts made from PARSOL glass, the Vitrium furniture brings warmth to the bathroom, transforming it into a space for personal relaxation.
Qatego: Linear furniture and softly rounded bathroom fittings
The Qatego bathroom by Studio F. A. Porsche is uniquely crafted with the focus on the balanced juxtaposition of geometrically designed furniture and rounded bathroom fittings. The eight colour options for the bathroom furniture are ideal counterparts to the white ceramic. Shades range from gleaming White through to the natural, restrained tones of Taupe Matt and Basalt Matt right up to the bold Graphite Matt with Wood hues completing the naturalistic colour spectrum of Qatego. Illuminated, open shelves soften the strict geometry of the furniture bringing an element of contentment and openness into the bathroom – the perfect place to showcase one’s favorite products or decorative bowls and vases.