Submerge yourself in the shop window of Porcelanosa to discover its latest news by the hand of Carmen Baselga_Studio Workshop.
At every moment, we tried to attract the attention of the passer-by so that the shop window works like a tactical advertisement. However without forgetting that the scene had to be very real, a space that could appear in a project for a house. We raised the idea with a permeability that allowed its visualization almost completely from the outside. It is also insinuating that people want to enter and continue discovering. Another of the determining factors was that we had to try and include all the brands of the Porcelanosa group.
In one part, the sink area, we used the “twins” concept, that is, the same two sink zones but with something that is different; the use is the same, the formal aspect is exactly the same, the difference lies with the materials used. This idea serves to identify the area of each one of the members of the supposed couple that will use the bathroom, and at the same time it is the perfect excuse to show two combinations of different materials. What we did was to cause a break between the two sink zones, by turning one of than slightly, the one that is closest to the glass. In addition to trying to attract the passer-bys, this also contributes to the movement of the scene.
We also created two separate water areas one for the bath and other for the shower. One is linked to relaxation which is the one with the bath near the window by the street, and the other in the back of the shop with more regenerative water sense, more similar to the traditional Arabian bath, although aesthetically it is completely different, as our intention was to give a contemporary idea of the water space for domestic use.
We found that for this area, the more suitable material was Krion, because it allowed us to create everything that a shower space would need, from the shower itself to the accessories. We also did wall covering in this way which integrates a lineal shelf to leave the soaps, the stools, including a window box which lets you have natural plants in the shower itself. Also with Krion we designed a lattice which separates this area from the toilet. We wanted this space to be a zone of intimacy that makes you feel closer nature, or better to the sensations that nature makes us feel. So we took some photos of the shadows of plants on the walls or on the floor to give the effect of the sun. We have tried to reproduce this atmosphere with the light passing through this lattice of natural inspiration.