Size isn’t everything
For small bathrooms, interior design has to create functional, convenient solutions. Angeletti Ruzza use every centimetre of space with compact, precisely designed solutions, while Francesco Lucchese goes for free, independent forms, often starting from the washbasin.
Back to decoration
After years of minimalism and tone-on-tone colour schemes, bathrooms are becoming daring once again. Giuseppe Pezzano hopes for the creation of motifs that reinterpret our decorative tradition: Carlo dal Bianco proposes a richer, unconventional bathroom look, where even joints can be part of the composition.
Towards glocal digital
Ludovica + Roberto Palomba produced the digital project for the Elle Decor Grand Hotel exhibition, pointing the way towards a new approach to temporary installations. Much more than just an exhibition, this is a real architectural project in the historic context of Palazzo Morando in Milan.
A spa at home
Bathroom design and furnishings are becoming increasingly high-performance. According to Giovanna Talocci, the desire for a domestic spa has accelerated the breakdown of rooms into functional and relaxation areas; according to Davide Vercelli, the internet and the way we use technologies can and must be a starting point for analysing the spaces of the future.
Inspiration beyond the surface
From home furnishing to architecture, large sizes free the creativity of designers and encourage them to envisage new uses. Three applications face to face: the tables of Enzo Bauso, the decors of Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel and the facades of Asti Architetti.