Design – Mirrors like urban buildings glowing in the night, the moon, Wabi-Sabi philosophy, and the automotive world inspired some of the bathroom design collections we liked the most at the 40th edition of Cersaie, the world’s leading dedicated to ceramic tile and bathroom furnishing. Check them all out.
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Within the vibrant, minimal pop booth designed by Meneghelli Paolelli Associati, Arbi introduces Ibra Showers: shower boxes and trays, covering panels, bathtubs, radiators and coordinated accessories. The new collection comprises shower cabins, available in corner, wall, niche or walk-in access configurations and with different types of openings, customisable for the colour of the glass, from satin to transparent and silk-screened, to be combined with matching profiles and details. There is a wide choice of materials, from resin to rock effect.
Spanish company Acquabella presents its new collections taking inspiration from Wabi Sabi, the traditional Japanese aesthetics and philosophy centred on the acceptance of transience and imperfection. Honey-hued wood frames the new collections of shower trays, bathtubs, and overflow grids in earthy tones. Minimal neat lines, essential spaces and subtle asymmetries reveal the calming beauty of imperfection. A hymn to simplicity and harmony.
Inspired by the automotive world, Enrico Cesana has created Yoko, a modular bathroom furniture collection for Ardeco. 1mm thick aluminium sheets are welded and folded to create minimal light cabinets and horizontal elements that can be arranged in endless configurations. The result is an urban-style solution available with materic finishes: glass, mirror, porcelain stoneware, wood or lacquered colours.
Alice Ceramica presents Lunaris by Manuel Di Giacobbe, a new ecosystem inspired by the moon comprising ceramic washbasins, stainless steel structures and a round mirror equipped with a lighting accessory and an additional magnifying mirror. “The charm and mystery of the time rhythm between waxing and waning moons shaped my creative intuition.” Explains the designer. “Glamour and simplicity inspired a project whose goal is to prove that you can think out of the box while still being true to yourself.”
Progetto Group presents the Luci in Movimento – Lights in Movement – collection comprising LED-powered mirrors that can be set manually, via an app or by voice. Skyline recalls a building with windows – it can be placed horizontally or vertically. Shanghai has a pattern of intertwined straight lines. The mirror comes with a sustainable water-based protective paint.
Italian leading furniture brand Scavolini presents MIKO, the ultimate bathroom furniture range designed by Vuesse studio, which stands out for its minimalist design, refined materials and sophisticated aesthetic combinations. The unique L-shaped profile of the door design is available in combination with two types of recessed grip profiles, Flat or Round, which also becomes a geometric decoration capable of emphasising the lightweight and clean-cut silhouettes of every composition.