Noken presenta MOOD, un nuevo concepto de baño compuesto por dos amplias familias de productos, una línea de sanitarios y una línea de grifería.
La línea de sanitarios, diseñada por Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners y Luis Vidal + Architects, combina el mundo de la cerámica con la integración de accesorios; su amplia gama de posibilidades hace de ella una colección modular y ampliable, al mismo tiempo que polifacética y funcional. Además, la combinación de colores le otorga un toque de frescura y modernidad.
Por su parte la línea de grifería MOOD, diseñada por Luis Vidal + Architects, nace como respuesta al uso responsable del agua.
Su gama electrónica permite personalizar para cada uso y usuario el funcionamiento, caudal y temperatura. Así mismo, la gama mecánica ofrece el mismo diseño futurista y elegante adaptado a un público más conservador.
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Richard Rogers was awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2007. He was the winner of the RIBA gold medal in 1985 and winner of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation Medal in 1999. In addition, he was awarded the Praemium Imperiale of architecture in 2000 and the Golden Lion Award at the Venice Biennale in recognition of his professional career. In 2007, Richard Rogers was awarded the Tau Sigma Delta gold medal. In 1986 he received the Légion d'Honneur; he was knighted in 1991 and has been a member of the House of Lords since 1996.
Recently, in 2008, the Queen of England appointed him Member of the Order of the Companions of Honour.
In 1995 he became the first architect to be invited to deliver the BBC Reith Lectures – a series of lectures collected under the title Cities for a Small Planet – and in 1998 he was chosen by the British Deputy Prime Minister to chair the Urban Task Force (an advisory group for the UK government on urban planning). He was the chief advisor on architecture and urbanism for the former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, and continues to play an advisory role on design to the current Mayor of London, Boris Johnson. He has also been an Advisor to the Mayor of Barcelona’s Urban Strategies Council.
Richard Rogers has also served as Chairman of the Tate Gallery and Deputy Chairman of the Arts Council of Great Britain. He is currently a Trustee of the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York, a member of the Advisory Board for the NGO Doctors Without Borders and Chairman of the national resource centre for communities.
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, the studio presided by Richard Rogers, was founded in 1977 and has offices in London, Madrid, Shanghai and Sydney. The studio is best known for such pioneering projects as the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the headquarters of Lloyd's of London, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and the Millennium Dome in London.
The studio has designed – or is currently working – on a wide range of projects including: Maggie's Centre (winner of the 2009 Stirling Award); Terminal 4 at Madrid Barajas Airport, winner of the 2006 Stirling Prize; Terminal 5 at London’s Heathrow Airport and two underground stations in Naples; the Leadenhall Building in the City of London; Riverside South, a major office development in Canary Wharf, East London; one of the office towers on the World Trade Center site in New York and two office developments in Washington DC; mixed-use developments in Seoul and Florence; major residential developments in west London and in Taipei and the Oxley Woods housing scheme in Milton Keynes; the Palmas Altas Campus, the new headquarters of the Abengoa Group, in Seville; the Masterplan for the underground railway line in Valladolid; the Bodegas Protos, a winery in Spain; and an extension for the British Museum, also in London. The studio has a wealth of experience in urban masterplanning with major schemes in London, Lisbon, Berlin, New York, and Pudong, in Shanghai.
Recently, the studio has participated in the Greater Paris project, which looks at the future of the city as a more integrated metropolitan region as it faces the social and environmental challenges of the 21st century.
Luis Vidal + Architects
(Barcelona, 1969) studied architecture in London and is member of the RIBA since 1995. He founded Luis Vidal + Architects in 2004, establishing a permanent partnership with StirkHarbour+Partners to carry out joint projects. In parallel to their projects as an independent studio, Luis Vidal + Architects have established partnership agreements with other Spanish and international architects. In just a short period of time, Luis Vidal + Architects has become one of the most creative and promising international points of reference in the search for functional and versatile sustainable designs. Luis Vidal + Architects is a space of creativity and development for qualified professionals with experience in many areas and at different scales.
Luis Vidal has been Associate Professor of Projects at the Higher Technical School of Architecture (ETSAM) at the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Currently, he is visiting professor on the panel for end-of-course projects and Lecturer in Master's courses at several international universities.
Luis Vidal + Architects have been awarded first prize for many types of projects, including: the new terminal for the Zaragoza airport (runner-up for the 2009 Mies Van Rohe Award); winner in the 2012 International Tourism Trade Fair (FITUR) for their AENOR certification in energy efficiency in 2012); the interior architecture for the restaurant in the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid (Winner of the Madrid City Council's 2005 Architecture Award for the Best Commercial Establishment); and the Can Misses Hospital in Ibiza and the New Hospital of Vigo, in Spain (2012 Future Health Project Award from the International Academy for Design & Health).
The studio's partnership with Rogers StirkHarbout + Partners has led to the completion of the following projects: the Palmas Altas Campus, headquarters of the multinational Abengoa Group in Seville, pre-certified LEED Platinum (winner of the 2010 RIBA Award, Prime Property Award for Sustainable Development of Union Investment Group and the Design Award in the "Commercial" category of the American Institute of Architects, AIA, in the UK); as well as the Masterplan for the urban renewal of the former central railway system in Valladolid (winner in the category of Masterplan and Urban Regeneration of the MIPIM AR Future Projects Awards).
The studio's internationalisation was consolidated with the design of the new T2a Terminal at Heathrow Airport, in London. Heathrow is the world's busiest airport by international passenger traffic. Even before its scheduled opening in 2014, the terminal has already become a benchmark building in terms of energy efficiency thanks to a design that reduces annual passenger emissions of CO2 by 40%.
With Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Luis Vidal + Architects are developing the project and site supervision for the Future Centro de Arte Botín, in Santander.