The 25th PORCELANOSA Grupo Exhibition: new Vitae pieces for reduced bathroom designs
From January 29 to February 2, the bathroom equipment firm, Noken, from the PORCELANOSA Grupo, presents its latest innovations in bathroom design at the 25th Global Architecture and Interior Design International Exhibition. The main objective of its showroom is to continue offering the most innovative and sophisticated bathroom solutions, which adapt to the emerging needs of the most exclusive homes.
For this edition of the exhibition, the incorporation of new pieces in Vitae, its emblematic collection designed by Zaha Hadid stands out. This collection, now an icon in interior design, is inspired by the movement of water and the purity of organic shapes, without losing the cutting-edge design and the high aesthetic value, which are typical of Hadid's projects.
One of the main characteristics of the Vitae design is the fluidity of its sinuous and elegant shapes, as well as its technological functioning, which is based on the idea of sustainability.
Therefore, the new designs for Vitae are included in the Noken bathroom equipment catalogue. They maintain this aesthetic based on natural shapes and, at the same time, they are transgressive and futuristic.
Vitae adapts to small-sized bathrooms
Specifically, at the twenty-fifth PORCELANOSA Grupo International Exhibition, Noken offers a new version in basins and mirrors, which adapt to smaller homes without relinquishing the exclusivity and sophistication of the Vitae pieces.
The new Vitae mirror incorporates a wooden frame in white that matches the shade of the sink and it integrates a source of LED lighting, making it a more functional design. Also, the new more compact size of the mirror (57cmx85cm) allows for its installation to be done in smaller spaces, achieving a greater versatility of the piece.
For its part, the new Vitae basin showcased in the latest edition of the exhibition, is also specially designed to give solutions to small spaces, matching perfectly with the new mirror. In this way, Vitae incorporates a compact basin with a single bowl (65cm), keeping the same aesthetic value of the entire collection, which makes its installation in smaller bathrooms easier.
The basin design continues being built-in to the wall, with a hidden overflow, an invisible siphon and ceramic plug, which all provide continuity, along with making its cleaning much easier.
Vitae has already been presented as an exclusive and comprehensive bathroom concept and now, this idea is reinforced which provides more installation possibilities.