Living Bathroom is a response to the still-growing demand for an individual,
comfortable, convenient and cosy wellness retreat in one’s own four walls. Cosiness,
zeitgeist, fashion and style are very much in demand as the cornerstones of a
professionally planned bathroom, as are modern usage concepts that enhance the
quality of the space and permit health-related activities.
featuring more furniture and more fabrics, is more flexible and more attractive. And the wellness effect is dependent not just on
elements like a rainfall shower or premium furnishings but on
soft factors like ambience, warmth and sensuous surroundings too.
The trend exhibition staged on the occasion of ISH digital 2021 showed corresponding innovations from exhibitors in the Living Bathroom:
To coincide with ISH digital 2021, Geberit extended its iCon bathroom
range with new washbasins, toilets, furniture and finishes. In its current
update of the furniture concept, the manufacturer focused particularly on the
modular architecture of the bathroom series and ensuring flexibility when it
comes to selecting products. The Geberit ONE bathroom concept redefines the
areas in front of and behind the wall as a single unit. The fully integrated
solutions for the washbasin area, shower area and toilet cleverly combine
various elements to create convincing results on both sides of the wall. Because
bathrooms don’t just consist of visible zones like the washbasin area, shower
or toilet – the concealed elements play an equally important role. The products
deliver a multitude of obvious and hidden benefits that are coordinated with
one another and thus aim to provide optimal solutions for users’ needs.
The design of the Max real wood collection from burgbad plays with basic
geometric forms and underscores the combination of modernity, tradition and
craftsmanship. The simple design, natural materials, tradition-conscious design
language and sustainable collection architecture add up to a thoroughly cosy
ambience, making the new design line a perfect fit with the Living Bathroom. Its
distinguishing features are the in-frame fronts with their slender profiles and
the Viennese cane that can be integrated with the doors and fronts available
for the vanity cabinet, wall-mounted cabinet, dresser and storage bench. The
corner posts and drawers are made of solid wood, the sides, shelves, top panels
and front insets of veneered panels.
Following its interactive control element for the shower and the
corresponding hand shower, Axor presented additional washbasin, bath and shower
products for it’s Axor One bathroom collection at the ISH digital 2021. The
mixer uses the advanced Select technology to define a new mode of interaction:
the all-in-one controller is pushed down to turn the water on or off and turned
clockwise to increase the temperature. The fittings are available in chrome,
matt black and other exclusive options from the Axor FinishPlus range.
The shower zone of the Living Bathroom was
enhanced by the new Hansgrohe overhead shower Pulsify in trendy black. Equipped
with the microfine PowderRain spray pattern, the Pulsify showerheads release a
gentle downpour that aims to provide immediate relaxation after a stressful day
as the user stands beneath the 260mm overhead shower with adjustable angle. With
Cayonoplan Multispace, a floor-level shower surface with integrated manoeuvring
space from Kaldewei, even a small bathroom can be turned into a barrier-free
zone that combines accessibility with stylish design. The shower is available
in 12 shades from the Coordinated Colours Collection and comes with the
anti-slip Secure Plus finish as standard.
The freestanding bath is to the Living Bathroom what the It bag is to an
outfit: a genuine eye-catcher. In the Pop up my Bathroom showcase, this leading
role is played by the BettePond Silhouette tub from Bette. The circular bath aims to
provide the ideal place for kicking back and slowing down and create an oasis
of tranquillity in the bathroom. Its exceptional diameter of 1,500mm is made
possible by the high stability of glazed titanium steel. The freestanding tub
with a rim height of 575mm is designed so that the inner and outer forms merge
into a seamless whole. A slender freestanding bath filler from Dornbracht’s MEM
series pairs perfectly with the tub and adds the stylish finishing touch.