What should be a fashionable bathroom? Black, red, gold? We will show you what you do not expect to see. And the coolest - all these four bathrooms are made by Russian designers. A joint competition from Roca and the Moscow School of Interior Design "Details" started in early June and was aimed at finding new creative solutions for creating a unique bathroom. The company provides active support to any initiatives and innovations in its field, which is why it not only organized the competition, but also gave the winners the opportunity to translate their ideas into reality. And now in the historical building of the school there are several completely new bathrooms created by talented students and using the accessories and equipment of Roca and Laufen. "Morocco" On the second floor of the school of interior design is now located toilet, called "Morocco". The bright details and difference elements used here are organically combined with each other. Modern technology is located next to the old tiles, and a futuristic mirror strass attracts attention. On the floor and shabby walls - oriental patterns, 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 tile for decorating this room was tiles of hand-made ceramic tiles for an apron, with the color of each tile being selected with particular care. The canvas turned out so bright and "tasty" that it was decided to place it on the background of concrete. Thanks to the decor elements - antique cast hooks and an abundance of mirrors on the velvet curtain - the interior turned out to be absolutely man-made and home-like cozy. "Classics of proportions" The lower floor of the buildingIs provided with two new bathrooms, and they are radically different. Unlike the previous one, this project is characterized by a clear geometry of lines and figures, which nevertheless do not overload the perception. Their balance with plumbing and monophonic walls turned out to be really ideal. Maria Linkova and Rimma Ogneva, the authors of the project: - When creating this project, drawings of the great Italian architect of the late Renaissance and mannerism of Andre Palladio were used, which were integrated into the decor of the walls. Printing drawings was carried out by Art-Print. For this purpose, a special film was used, which is suitable for wet rooms. On the floor - handmade, and for the apron was used tiles with the effect of craquelure from the collection Hand crafted English tiles, provided by the company ArtRum. The walls were painted with a rich blue color from the palette of Little Green, provided by Manders. Furniture and plumbing - from the companies Roca and Laufen. "Bird's Life"The toilet room, which is so bright that it immediately attracts attention. The chosen color scheme, which combines red tones with golden and beige, looks really unusual. "Bird's life" here is read in everything - in the walls, in an oval shell, in a round toilet bowl. And completes the resemblance of a huge pelican, cozy nestled near. The source of inspiration was the painting by American artist-animalist D. D. Audubon "White Pelican". It is placed in the whole wall, the seal is made by the company "Art-Print". To create the desired shade, several colors were mixed from the Farrow & Ball palette provided by Manders. Plumbing and furniture - from the company Laufen. We left an antique cupboard, built-in wardrobes were painted in the color of the walls. On the floor - tiles from the collections Victorian floor tiles and Odyssey, provided by ArtRum. "Theater" On the top floor now pleasesVisitors by its decoration a bathroom called "Theater". Dark tones prevail, but with them try to play on contrasts white and red colors, which really reminds the scenery. A non-standard black sink and an elite floor tile only emphasize the subtlety of this design. If you choose definitions for this interior, you can not do without the words "mystery", "riddle", "magic". I wanted to "guests" of this institution for a moment forget where and why they came, plunging into an atmosphere that is not at all characteristic of such a room. The walls, painted both in the hall and in the bathrooms themselves in graphite color, served as an ideal background for both simple and laconic forms of sanitary engineering, and for voluminous, ornate and dynamic forms of decor elements.