Madison furniture and the Liem bathtub are two of the most noteworthy proposals from the brand this for 2020.
The new collections allow different pieces from the same collection to be combined with a comprehensive geometric and ergonomic design.
Noken, the bathroom brand of the PORCELANOSA Group, has refined its design with more geometric and light shapes. Such is the case of Madison bathroom furniture and the Liem bathtub, which extends the Liem bathroom collection with a more ergonomic design to improve user well-being.
Both collections were presented at the opening of the 27th International Exhibition of Global Architecture and Interior Design and in the different environments created for the occasion, where their pieces showcased the comprehensive design developed by the eight companies of PORCELANOSA Group.
This is the case for Madison furniture, whose versatility enables different combinations through an 80 cm wall-suspended unit with a 40 cm metal towel rail and a supplementary corner unit to give it a curved end and a glass shelf.
Each of these elements carefully balance form and function through more realistic textures and finishes.
The push-to-open and soft close system gives a more authentic feel, in a dominant taupe colour. Inside, a grey box frames this piece of furniture with a 10 mm thick tempered glass top, bringing the whole design together.
A new vintage bathtub
The Liem bathtub is defined by a vintage aesthetic based on curved shapes and its structure follows ergonomic principles. Its continuous design hides the overflow and includes a shelf inside.
Comfort begins in the bathroom.