We ramp up the feeling in this interior in which light brings indoor and outdoor areas together through a key structural piece like the large window. If there is something capable of bringing about a change in our mood then it is light, which in large amounts and in its natural state, encourages the production of serotonin and dopamine: hormones which both activate and stimulate creativity.
A space in which we take models from the 1920s to both synthesize and simplify them in a new luxury concept. Dramatic, vital and bright interiors taken to a whole new level by gloss lacquered finishes which intensify energy, and coverings with wood and copper. Almost magic.
1. Lounge bathroom furniture: a brilliant production. The wall-hung furniture, Lounge Anthracite, is presented as a sober and distinguished looking piece. The structure of the furniture is lacquered in a high-quality gloss, as well as having a front in anthracite tempered glass, the same material as the one from the worktop.
The drawer handle stands out on the furniture, which is made of natural oak. With a large storage capacity, the drawer is made up of several compartments and an oak tray which enhances tidiness and harmony alike.
2. Lounge taps in a copper finish: the interpretation of Simone Micheli's bathroom design. Timelessness and elegance in a design which remains modern, with special trendy finishes as well. With straight and winding shapes, Lounge stands out because of both its exquisiteness and refinement.
3. Freestanding Lounge Oval bathtub, with a soft and refined design.