This summer is a hot one. We’re desperate
to cool off – in the sea, a crystal-clear mountain lake or the sauna. Sauna? That’s right –
because if you want to cool down, there’s nothing like working up a sweat first.
The first requirement for successful colour design is to be precise with
any nuance. Colour plays a key role in ensuring that the interplay between
ceramics, wall paint, bathroom faucets and accessories is perceived as a
successful overall concept for the whole.
Speaker Elisabeth Endres understands "low-tech" less in the
sense of "no tech" than in the sense of robustness against uncertain
boundary conditions and develops strategies between passive and active
components in the building design.
developments are fostering the trend towards a bathroom dipped in green.
Firstly, the longing for natural surroundings in which nature is perceptible as
humankind’s primordial home. And secondly, green is the on-trend colour in
interior design right now.
the ISH 2019, visitors will already be able to see bathrooms in provocative
colours – from washbasins in loud shades all the way to transparent bathroom
furniture in blue and green: a top bathroom trend.
Many users have the desire for a modern and comfortable bathroom,
which is characterised by the current lifestyle. What this means for craft and commerce, thereover Jens J. Wischmann talks about
these questions with his guests.
The colourways are changing constantly. If still neutral tones were asked yesterday, today these are rather strong colours. In her presentation, Gesa Hansen gives an overview of the current color scheme in the bathroom and kitchen.
People who have to cope with physical or agerelated limitations know just how important a safe and easy-touse bathroom is when it comes to their independence and wellbeing. In his lecture Jens J. Wischmann talks about current developments of barrier free bathrooms.