n the bathroom, tub and shower overlap in a game of volumes and transparencies that draw the new wellbeing space with sophisticated elegance. In the centre of the room is the invisible maxi shower cubicle that, like an intangible curtain, screens the wall with the bathtub and redefines the space in an evanescent yet refined atmosphere. On the back a simple ladder becomes a towel hanger, while on the opposite wall the toilette corner is lit by two jewelled chandeliers that follow the same light and geometric style. The room has the warm and relaxed flavour of an intimate living that invites for relax. The same does the classic leather Tripolina that, as if nearly put by accident in the entrance, welcomes us with books and magazines and suggests the mood of the moment: to take care of yourself.
Three pieces one style
Invisible, yet the protagonist of the bathroom, it opens like a curtain and draws the wellbeing space with absolute elegance.
in photo: shower tray Stonetto by Duravit
The classic folding armchair born at the beginning of the Nineteenth century is the archetype of relax. In the leather version it adds a touch of glamour to the bathroom-living room.
Two spheres in interlaced mesh replace the classic toilet lights. This way the calling towards the living area is even more apparent and the bathroom becomes a space full of charm.