July 27, 2018 | Updated: December 11, 2019


PORCELANOSA Group Projects: Exotic bathrooms in the historical city of Rostov

The architect, Alexey Aladashvili, has opted for green and bluish tones in this house in Russia.The XLIGHT porcelain tile by Urbatek, the Round Taps by Noken and the Systempool KRION TM mineral compact are some of the outstanding materials.

Located in the heart of Russia's gold ring, this house in Rostov has several Premium materials from the PORCELANOSA Group.

The architect and designer, Alexey Aladashvili, used: green, bluish, white, greyish and black tones in the main rooms in this building. Among them, the bathroom, whose architectural exoticism is accentuated through green and blue tones, stands out. Colours with great vitalism that intermingle with white, grey or black. A chromatic balance of measured contrasts.

Protected intimacy with KRION TM

To achieve greater privacy and make the user's evasion easier, the Arch free-standing bathtub by KRIONTM Bath mixes its organic lines due to the mineral KRION TM Solid Surface compound, whose null porosity, its resistance, its low maintenance, as well as its easy repair and cleaning make it the perfect material for this type of space.

A special mention is given to the toilet and the shower, which are located in a separate section of the bathroom. The Arquitect wall-hung toilet, the taps from the Round collection and the Neptune shower head, both in a matt black, are some of the significant pieces from Noken Porcelanosa Bathrooms. Minimalist luxury. Cutting-edge design.

XLIGHT and the infinity of space

The large-format XLIGHT Lush White Nature porcelain wall tile (120cmx250cm with 6mm thickness) by Urbatek is also present throughout the bathroom as a floor tile. A feeling of spaciousness and infinity that gives lightness to each element is created. A chromatic serenity that breaks with the daily routine. A custom-made haven.

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