As with every year, we have shown our latest bathroom fittings products at the PORCELANOSA Group stand at Cersaie. More than 100,000 visitors attended Cersaie 2014 to see a preview of the trends which will guide the next creations and projects of the sector’s professionals. It is one of the most important dates of the year for the international architecture and interior design sector, held in Bologna from the 22nd to the 26th of September.
The new Chelsea bathroom collection and the new Mood Fusion finish of the series designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Luis Vidal + Architects for Noken are the main products with which our firm has attracted the interest of professional visitors at this latest edition of the exhibition, confirming our firm’s position as one of the benchmark brands in bathroom design thanks to its commitment to technological innovation for the creation of functional spaces.
Among the new bathroom fittings products presented at Cersaie 2014, the Chelsea collection is without doubt one of the ranges which has attracted most attention, for its nostalgic design and vintage aesthetic that connects with one of the most modern decorative styles of the moment. Large capacity washbasins and toilets, bathroom furniture with suggestive lines, and various models of taps for washbasins, showers and bathtubs which combine straight lines with rounded edges have attracted the attention of a large number of professionals who attended the Italian exhibition.
The innovation in use of materials and avant-garde design of the Mood Fusion series have been the most appreciated characteristics for visitors to the Noken stand, who have been able to see first-hand the daring personality of this range, notable for the contrast of a new generation solid surface such as Krion® with the use of oak, achieving a greater aesthetic impact.
Ultimately, at Noken we consider our presence at Cersaie 2014 to have been very positive, and are satisfied with our participation in this essential date which we attend every year to continue modernising the design of bathrooms.