Bathrooms trends 2015: urban luxury by means of design brassware

Category: Projects, Hotels
Date: 13 may 2015

One of the most implemented aesthetic resources in public projects worldwide is the merging of classicism and modernity by means of having historical spaces decorated with modern-styled pieces and equipment. The end result is a unique combination of elegance and sophistication by providing the allure of classical buildings with functionality.

This contrasting esthetics, highly habitual in commercial spaces, restoration premises and worldwide hotel chains, takes on a particular importance in a project where one of the architectural gems in the heart of Milan can be found, in other words, the Town House Duomo Hotel.

Located in a beautiful historic building, this luxury hotel dominates the crowded Duomo square in Milan. From the terraces of the exclusive suites one can enjoy excellent views of the cathedral. Each room has been designed by some of the most renowned Italian architectural and interior design firms. They have made use of design furniture and avant-garde equipment, such as The Lounge bathroom taps, designed by Simone Micheli for Noken, and installed in the Swan Room and other rooms in the hotel.

The meticulous design of the Lounge bathroom taps has undoubtedly contributed to shape the eclectic look of the project, where fine materials, classically-styled frames and pieces of furniture are intermingled with innovative modern bathroom accessories and wall tiles with an industrial appearance.

Therefore, the geometrical evolution of Simone Micheli’s design carefully provides the bathroom with the characteristic Italian design, so that this space is covered by an urban luxury, by means of a meticulous pure design and sensuality in its shapes. In addition to this, it is worth mentioning the technical precision of the Lounge bathroom taps, where Noken has made use of the most advanced technology in its manufacturing process.