What should be a trendy bathroom?Black, red, gold? We will show you what you do not expect to see. And the coolest thing is that all these four bathrooms are made by Russian designers. The joint competition between Roca and the Moscow School of Interior Design "Details" started in early June and was aimed at finding new creative solutions to create a unique bathroom. The company provides active support for any initiatives and innovations in its field, which is why it not only organized the competition, but also provided the winners with the opportunity to bring their ideas to life. And now the historic school building houses several brand new bathrooms, created by talented students and using accessories and equipment from Roca and Laufen. "Morocco" The second floor of the interior design school now houses a toilet called "Morocco". The bright details and elements of different styles used here are organically combined with each other. Modern technology is located next to antique tiles, and a futuristic rhinestone mirror attracts attention. There are oriental patterns on the floor and frayed walls, and the arch not only reminds of Morocco, but also visually divides the space into several zones. Svetlana Bubentsova and Alina Khabibulina, authors of the project: - The starting point for decorating this room were handmade ceramic tiles for the backsplash, while the color of each tile was chosen with great care. The canvas turned out to be so bright and “tasty” that it was decided to place it against the background of concrete. Thanks to the decorative elements - antique cast hooks and an abundance of mirrors on the velvet curtain - the interior turned out to be absolutely man-made and homely cozy. "Classic proportions" The lower floor of the building is provided withtwo new bathrooms at once, and radically different. Unlike the previous one, this project is characterized by a clear geometry of lines and shapes, which nevertheless do not overload the perception. Their balance with plumbing fixtures and solid colored walls turned out to be really perfect. Maria Linkova and Rimma Ogneva, authors of the project: - When creating this project, the drawings of the great Italian architect of the late Renaissance and Mannerism Andre Palladio were used, which were integrated into the decor of the walls. The drawings were printed by Art-Print. For this, a special film was used that is suitable for wet rooms. The floor is handcrafted and the backsplash is cracked from the Hand crafted English tiles collection, provided by ArtRum. The walls were painted in a deep blue from the Little Green palette provided by Manders. Furniture and sanitary ware - from the companies Roca and Laufen. "Bird Life" The toilet is located on the floor above.a room that is so bright that it immediately attracts attention. The selected color scheme, combining red tones with gold and beige, looks really unusual. "Bird life" is read here in everything - in the walls, in the oval sink, in the rounded toilet bowl. And the resemblance is completed by a huge pelican, nestled nearby. The source of inspiration was the painting "White Pelican" by the American animal painter D. D. Audubon. It is placed on the entire wall, printed by Art-Print. Several colors from the Farrow & Ball palette provided by Manders were mixed to create the desired shade. Plumbing and furniture - from the Laufen company. We left the antique wardrobe, the built-in wardrobes were painted in the color of the walls. On the floor - tiles from the Victorian floor tiles and Odyssey collections, provided by ArtRum. "Theater" On the top floor now pleasesvisitors with their decoration is a bathroom called "Theater". Dark tones prevail, but they try to play with contrasts of white and red, which really resembles the scenery. The non-standard black washbasin and luxury floor tiles underline the sophistication of this design option. If you choose definitions for this interior, you cannot do without the words "mystery", "riddle", "magic". I would like the "guests" of this establishment to forget for a moment where and why they came, plunging into an atmosphere that is not at all typical for such a room. The walls, painted both in the hallway and in the bathrooms themselves, in graphite color, served as an ideal background for both simple and laconic forms of plumbing, as well as for voluminous, flowery and dynamic forms of decor elements.
December 20, 2017