April 16, 2014

News MosBuild 2014: natural materials by L’Antic Colonial and exclusive bathrooms by Systempool

The combination of avant-garde designs with next generation materials characterise Systempool bathroom proposals, this being what caught the attention of the professional public at MosBuild 2014. On the other hand, L’Antic Colonial natural materials were also present, being essential features that just cannot miss out on this important event for the construction and interior design sector.

Systempool: dazzling bathrooms with Swarovski Elements

For the latest edition of this Russian construction and interior design trade fair, Systempool  has amazed us once again with the reincorporation of the classically inspired Epoque collection. The firm has enhanced the elegance of evocative lines with Swarovski Elements.

By these means, Systempool has improved the free-standing bathtub and Epoque washbasin, both of which are made in Krion®. With this proposal, the PORCELANOSA Group Company has configured a high-performance and highly resistant bathroom, using the charm of exclusive manor designs.

L’Antic Colonial: the exclusivity of natural stone

Among the proposals that L’Antic Colonial showcases at MosBuild 2014, the visual richness and solemnity of natural stone stood out. Among the new collections by the PORCELANOSA Group Company, it is the quartzite Lagos Black Home Bioprot and Luxury Ebony marble which really attracted viewers’ attention.

The elegance of black is enhanced with soft nuances of the Lagos Black Home Bioprot model, which was achieved with superficial brushing. Furthermore, the characteristic lined veining with blue, white and even grey colours give this quartzite even more charm. It can be used as an interior flooring or an indoor or outdoor covering.

The exquisite design of the ornamental bas-reliefs is the most characteristic feature of the Luxury Ebony covering by L’Antic Colonial, in Gold and Silver versions. The neutral colours of marble contrast the gold and silver enamelled organic patterns. The main focus is the natural veining of stone.


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