Hotel Pure Salt Garonda: Relax with a view of the Mediterranean

02/19

The “Pure Salt Garonda” is an adults-only hotel at Playa de Palma, Mallorca, is a perfect setting for a spot of relaxation. The free-standing Happy D.2 bathtub by Duravit in the rooms provides for relaxing breaks - with a unique view of the Mediterranean

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Michael Schmidt about color, surface and material as fourth dimension in design and architecture

02/19

Colour and finish have always been the fourth dimension of product design, architecture and interior design. Without this dimension, the story hasn‘t been told to the end.

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Dr Hildegard Kalthegener talks about trend oriented colour psychology for the bathroom

02/19

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.

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From turquoise to ultramarine: bathing in blue

02/19

The interior design world’s rediscovery of marble is encouraging the use of blue sanitaryware. Combined with sand hues, blue creates a style related to the popular Scandinavian look.

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HEWI translates the color theory of Goethe into the bathroom world of today

02/19

For more than 20 years, Goethe has dealt with colors and their subjective effects. What this means for HEWI, explains the company in itspresentation.

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Dornbracht Group Oberflächen

Thomas Richter about surface as second dimension to product design

02/19

In addition to its form, the interplay of a product’s materials and colours also has a crucial impact on how it is perceived and its effect on the style.

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White: on its own or with lots of contrasts

02/19

Even though white is still a popular choice in interior design, it has a hard time being perceived as an on-trend colour in the bathroom because of its standard character.

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Elisabeth Endres about new approaches in the construction industry

02/19

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.

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