The perception we have of minimalism is changing at a rapid rate with new designs that radiate originality, without forgetting about the essentialist character of this minimalist trend. Perspectives that swap classic minimalism with pure and infinite lines for designs with style and a unique identity.
The west surrenders to Asian culture with Feng Shui style. An age-old Chinese philosophy with a Taoist origin which is based on the conscious and harmonious occupation of space so that atmospheres exert a positive influence on the lives of its occupants.
If there is a common pattern among the decorative trends for 2018, it is the commitment to bathrooms with singular aesthetic and eclectic character. Spaces equipped with the best technology, although based on ‘timeless’ materials and designs. This exact amount of innovation and timelessness means that perfect fusion, so bathrooms become much more than an isolated space for relaxing in. Bathrooms are becoming more and more integrated into the whole house, transmitting warmth and a sense of wellness which are equally present in all the rooms in the home. To design this bathroom space which is both integrated and unique, 2018 arrives with varied trends that provide an infinite range of decorative possibilities. All of them are presented as being suitable for all types of baths, styles and tastes.
Innovation, quality and attention to detail are showcased through the designs by Noken Porcelanosa Bathrooms. The careful selection of raw materials and their commitment to the production process make each element a unique and evoked piece that offer an unparalleled bathroom experience. The trend of smart bathrooms transforms the wellness concept in the bathroom, offering a level of wellbeing that goes well beyond the shower.
What kind of bathroom experience will we enjoy in 20 years’ time? What new functionalities and routines will we be able to make the most of in this room? The relentless search for the answers to these questions has led to the carrying out of a huge number of researches which foresee just where the bathrooms of the future will be heading for.
We visit the Lakasa restaurant in Madrid, a place where the culinary dreams from the award-winning chef, Cesar Martin, come true. A space designed and refurbished by the architectural studio, Touza Arquitectos. This restaurant includes many materials from the PORCELANOSA Grupo in different rooms, which reflect the power of detail, and the highest quality, too.
Modern life often obliges us to have impossible schedules, along with a tireless work pace. Thus, now more than ever, we must pay special attention to those little routines, as well as time and energy optimisation. Having a shower becomes one of the most revitalising pauses in the day. A relaxing time for personal care, which gives us the perfect balance between mind, body and soul after a hard day.