The Vitae bathroom collection from Noken, designed by Zaha Hadid, once again has a main role to play at a world Design contest. On this occasion, it is the Architizer + A Awards event which has made it as a finalist, both in the "Jury Award" category and in the "Popular Award", in which you can leave your vote to become a winner in this exceptional series inspired by the futuristic bathroom.
If there is something that defines Vitae by the great Zaha Hadid, then it is dynamism and sinuosity, emulating the same movement of water. Without a doubt, it offers naturalness and freshness, as well as uniqueness and avant-garde design, becoming a unique contribution to contemporary bathroom designs. A tribute that Zaha Hadid could give to the PORCELANOSA Grupo, and in turn, the group placed its quality in materials, innovation, commitment to sustainability and exquisite taste for elegant aesthetic at the service of the latest bathroom design by the famous architect.
Vitae: an award-winning bathroom collection
Vitae by Zaha Hadid Design is already an award-winner. At the Salone del Mobile in Milan 2016, the taps from the collection won the Most Innovative Design award at the i-Novo Design Awards from Archi Expo.
On this occasion, Vitae again demonstrates that its incredible design is at the forefront of current and future trends in the bathroom world, and for this reason it has got a double nomination at the Architizer + A Awards, being an outstanding finalist at the event.
If you also feel tempted by this exclusive bathroom collection by Zaha Hadid, you can register your vote. You can get Vitae to be the winner of the "Popular Award" by taking part in the voting process until March 30.
Architizer A+Awards 2017
The annual Architizer A + Awards are the awards for the best architecture designs and product of the year. These prizes not only fit the architectural community, but also cover other sectors such as fashion, product design, editorial design or technology, among others. The aim of this event is to create an event that shows the world the importance of architecture in society, as well as everything that it covers and what is developed from it.