Comprising two pods, this unique home was conceived by Mexican architect Javier Senosiain. Corian® has been used extensively in the living quarters pod.
From colourful curations to metallics and terrazzo, 2019 will see old favourites in bathroom design emerge again, according to Highgrove Bathrooms.
Simplicity, authenticity and minimum detail are the key features of a new range of bathroom basins from Kohler, in three low-profile designs – vessel, countertop and wall hung.
Italian ceramic design company Bocchi has introduced their current bathroom basin range in mint green, priced from $770. Distributed by Paco Jaanson.
Paco Jaanson’s collection of bathroom basins called “The Bucket” [$990] now offers 11 new decorative patterns that are an extension from the original range released earlier in 2018.
Suitable for bathroom renovations, Bentu’s Hui basins [Pastel] are made from recycled concrete and ceramic materials, available in white, grey, pink, yellow and blue.
Caesarstone’s Metropolitan Collection offers nine concrete-inspired finishes that take their cue from materials such as oxidised steel, weathered cement and hand-poured concrete.
With slabs of varying thickness, Dekton® can be used to clad walls, façades, fireplaces and alfresco kitchens. It is manufactured in large format [up to 320cm x 144cm] and thin thicknesses [0.8cm, 1.2cm and 2cm].
The Cosentino Group’s DeKauri Bath Credenza, created with Dekton by Cosentino ultra-compact surfaces and crafted by Italian furniture manufacturer Riva 1920 with 50,000-year old Kauri wood, won the “Bath and Wellness” category at the German Design Awards 2019.
Rogerseller has included in its line-up the British deluxe bathware brand Claybrook, offering natural stone and MarbleForm baths and basins to Australian home renovators.
From kitchen and bathroom benchtops and splashbacks to internal wall cladding and fireplace surrounds, an Essastone surface exudes finesse and design flair.