A reinterpretation of the functional design by Foster+Partners. The renowned architecture studio led by Norman Foster has worked with Porcelanosa Bathrooms to create a bathroom which, by simply eliminating certain superfluous details, achieves elegance and promotes sustainability. It is a set of designer pieces which, made from high quality materials, are harmoniously combined while improving people’s quality of life. Modularity and versatility in a pure state. The fittings which a personalised bathroom requires.

Fosters & Partners

Foster + Partners is a global studio for architecture, urbanism and design, rooted in sustainability, which was founded fifty years ago in 1967 by Norman Foster. Since then, he and the team around him have established an international practice with a worldwide reputation for thoughtful and pioneering design, working as a single studio that is both ethnically and culturally diverse. The studio integrates the skills of architecture with several other disciplines in a collegiate working environment that is similar to a compact university. These diverse skills make us capable of tackling a wide range of projects, particularly those of considerable complexity and scale.


Together, Foster & Partners and Porcelanosa Bathrooms have strived to develop an uncommon collection, in which all individually produced components work simultaneously in a holistic, harmonious way. Tono is defined by the options and flexibility that it offers. Almost any configuration is possible. Unified by a common, simple language of design and a palette of complementary materials and colour tones, the minimalist aesthetic highlights the honesty of the material, the simplicity of the form and the art of manufacturing. It is a full, integrated bathroom with a limitless selection of finishes and materials.