Designer bathrooms for the Bathroom Biennale project
A theme-based exhibition Bathroom Biennale displaying designer bathrooms was organised as part of WorldBuild Moscow/MosBuild 2018. Nadya Zotova, Dima Loginov, Diana Balashova, Mike Shilov, Olga Maltseva, Evgeniya Zdhanova and Maxim Languev showcased their installations. The exhibition attracted significant interest. The organisers arranged tours of the exhibition, and demand was overwhelming.
Visitors started their tour with the bathroom conceived by Diana Balashova for a young dancer. It was the focus of professional experiments. According to the designer, she purposely selected a style that represented a new departure for her. She also tried out unconventional materials. The bathroom was executed in black and white. In the project, she used the Axor and Villeroy & Boch bathroom fixtures, Akso household laundry equipment, Edra and Driade furniture, Manders materials and finishing (paints), Tarkett (linoleum), and Suntan Wood (panels from charred wood).
Diana Balashova's project
Then the visitor viewed the bathroom created based on a project by Nadya Zotova. In the calm and laconic space you are immediately drawn to intricate details, for example, the small wooden table with prominent textures. Denis Milovanov came up with the designer features for this project. In her installation Nadya used Laufen bathroom fixtures, Palisander Gallery furniture, Manders paints, Harlequin wallpaper and Boen’s parquet flooring.
Nadya Zotova's project
Dima Loginov’s bathroom was very spacious and even looked slightly bigger than the rest. In his project the designer used furniture and flooring with emphasis on luxury finishing, contrasting with the décor of the walls. The bathroom furniture was provided by Mia Italia, the mixers by Zucchetti, paints by Manders, and a ceramic print by Kerama Marazzi.
Dima Loginov's project
The bathroom, or to be more exact the spa zone conceived by Olga Maltseva, was joyful and positive. The designer had been inspired by David Hockney’s swimming pools. The bright dark blue and original yellow decorative tones symbolised the sun and the sky. In his project the designer used the Axor bathroom fixtures and Manders paints.
Olga Maltseva's project
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