At Cersaie just ended I thought it was the best time to show you the design of the two bathrooms we have in the studio to Ostuni. The protagonist of the cement.
A bathroom for guests and customers, with basin and toilet, and one that I thought especially for my daddy who is in the office practically lives there, and I designed a large shower, taking advantage of a niche existing in the structure.
As in the rest of the study, the bathrooms have the floor in the cement industry, the lining is microcemento as well as the washbasin of the bathroom great and the support surface of the sink of the guest bathroom.
Also the black is present in both environments, the smallest in the taps, opaque and very thin radiator Caleido, in the other is black the microcemento, that covers the shower.
In the small bathroom I have chosen health to support matt white Flaminia, the vessel so massive goes well with the mood of industrial and minimal throughout the study.
sanitary Flaminia, mirror, realized on a project, taps Fir, radiators Caleido.
The large bathroom was the most difficult to obtain, the wash-basin in the microcemento has been made in the work, I wanted it to be completely square, but that retains all the naturalness of the texture typical of concrete.
In this case, I chose the health shallow, not to reduce excessively the space for the entrance into the large shower (is as long as 140 cm). I’m not a fan of the shower, I just don’t like the profiles in steel, therefore, the glass plate was collected in both floor coating.
The shades of grey are interrupted only by the two pops of color: in one of the Ptolemy , and in the mirror of the small bathroom that it picks up the color lime-yellow.
credits: Giuseppe Cardone
I hope you’ve enjoyed them, and in the next few days arrives at last, the post dedicated to the study.
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