Bathroom brand Duravit will exhibit new products at the Ideal Home Show, between March 23 and April 13…
Duravit’s products have been selected by Owl Design to feature in The Future Living Home one of the homes featured within this year’s Show Village.
The Future Living Home created as a modular space and designed around slow living, sustainability and simple pleasures.
A number of Duravit products have been used within the bathroom, including a showerhead, and shower controls from the C.1 series that enables a regulated flow of water to tumble down onto the Stonetto Anthracite shower tray below.
The aspiration is to create a feeling of calm, amongst the chaos of everyday life with the focus on being less wasteful and more sustainable in materials and products used. Inspired by elements of designs they love, styles they predict will have longevity, nature’s own colour palette and incorporating elements of fun Owl Design have created The Future Living Home.
Darker tones are used throughout the bathroom in The Future Living Home, from their Happy D.2 Plus range created by sieger design; A contemporary wall hung WC and washbowl in Anthracite are complimented by a vanity unit in Super Graphite Matt.
Organic shapes and natural tones are key design elements and the accessories that have been included within the bathroom have been designed by Philippe Starck exclusively for Duravit.
“The Future Living Home is a modular home designed around slowing living, sustainability and simple pleasures. It has been designed to create a feeling of calm, amongst the chaos of everyday life whilst still incorporating colour and elements of fun. It focuses on being less wasteful and more sustainable in materials and products used.
“Spa like bathrooms are often requested by our clients, they want a little oasis they can call their own,” said Simone Gordon from Owl Design. “We achieve this by using beautiful handmade tiles with interesting textures, but we keep the colours to a minimum. The black sanitaryware from Duravit looks modern and stylish whilst adding an extra element of interest.”
Main image credit: Duravit