The architect, Héctor Ruiz, has used the Lounge Oval freestanding bathtub and the NK Concept taps in this space.
The overall theme in the store is focused on porcelain and its aesthetic possibilities.
Located in the Paseo de Gracia in the city, the space has been designed by the international architect, Héctor Ruiz, with pieces from Sancal and Gancedo included in the showroom, too. Elements which have strengthened Lladró’s key principles: Authenticity, charm, craftwork and fineness.
As with the stores in New York and Milan, the company has once again banked on Noken for the interior atmosphere, where porcelain plays the leading role.
Open to the public as a meeting point for interior designers and architects alike, the establishment has been thought up as a combination of stage machinery and perspectives which already existed in the previous flagship of the company.
Each one of its temporary design settings will allow visitors to interact with their surroundings and get to know the products in their own way. We are dealing with the result of having what is tangible and what is abstract combined, as well as offering all the creative options that have been developed with porcelain.
A big array of possibilities focused on textiles, furniture, vegetal compositions and jewels. The imagination as the unbreakable part of design. From life itself.
Luxurious conceptual bathtubs
The Lounge Oval freestanding bathtub and the NK Concept taps are some of the products which Noken showcases in this showroom. The original oval shape of the bathtub matches the general guidelines of the decor. Created by the renowned architect, Simone Micheli, this bathtub is characterised by the purity of white and its modern structure.
Aesthetic harmony which is enhanced by the NK Concept bathroom taps. The equipment from this series meets users’ everyday needs through pleasant visual aesthetics. Its cold-opening system and the ECO aerator save water, as well as releasing far less CO2 emissions.
Porcelain, a multidisciplinary art.