Cersaie 2015: Best in bathroom design. Nature in the new bathroom lounge furniture
Basing itself on the latest, up to the minute in trends in bathroom design, Noken shows, at the International Ceramic Exhibition in Bolonia that gets underway this coming Monday, September 28th, its selection of products for the most outstanding, and the most contemporary bathrooms, attempting to seduce design, architecture and interior design professionals from every corner of the globe.On the list of its products “Best of bathroom design in Cersaie 2015”, Noken has wanted to expand one of its most prestigious collections, Lounge, by means of redesigning the one that could possibly be one of its most contemporary pieces from bathroom furniture: the Lounge wall hung furniture. Now, the design of the bathroom furniture has been updated, achieving a new finish: pieces of olive green glass have been used as the material, with that, it gives this piece of furniture an appearance which is a lot more attractive, and inspired by nature. Furthermore, enjoy the sumptuous mirror effect, which makes it suitable to be fitted in bathrooms again, with dark character related colours. Another of the very latest designs that adds to the new Lounge bathroom furniture is its widest handle so far, done in natural wood, which comes from sustainable forests. Its redesign makes it even more practical, including the dividers inside the drawer that make organising the contents so much easier. As well as easy cleaning and the optimising of space, thanks to its installation in the wall hung unit, the new bathroom furniture for the Lounge collection possesses a greater surface for the countertop, making the connection to a much wider recessed basin both possible and easier. Noken, together with PORCELANOSA Grupo, will be present in the 800 m2 space that is situated in Hall 26, Stands A296 BI98 y A288 in the Bologna Exhibition Centre. As well as the exclusive area set aside for the firm’s biggest products, PORCELANOSA Premium, the stand will include a selection of materials from Noken’s bathroom collection, in a place designed by the architect, Ramón Esteve.