Bathroom Neos Collection
Sometimes designers go into designing furnishing parts for the whole room, and that is the story of the Neos collection for bathrooms by Luca Martorano. He designed a marvelous collection to cover the whole bathroom with marble, wood and style!
Luxurious Neos Collection
Italian designed, Luca Martorano has designed an astonishing luxurious furniture sets for bathrooms, the Neos collection for Italian manufacturer Neutra. The materials used are as stone and wood were used to create a highly contemporary furnishing for the whole room, the designer composed a vanity table with a futuristic basin. The grey base of the bathroom is contrasted with the wooden planks.
The Neos collection is characterized by the big emphasis on the surface, because the technology was making it was rather difficult. Luca Martorano has used thin stone sheets to lighten the feel of the material without compromising strength and functionality, and the result is playing with forms and volumes. Especially lovely are the corners of the tables and other furnishings, as they are sort of rounded. Among other neat things in the collection is the marble like finish, which gives Neos a certain luxurious feel.
Following the Neutra policy for designing eco-friendly, contemporary furnishings with “the purity of water, the energy of stone, and the warmth of wood” the Neos collection is certainly a winner. The manufacturing company has a focus on creating spa-like environment, and they certainly have it done. The Neos collection includes the following: Neos console, Neos Mobile a Muro, Neos Mobile a Terra. Here is some more information from the official sources:
“When we think about furniture made of stone, we imagine heavy and bulky thick pieces. So the first challenge was creating a collection made of light, ethereal volumes. Pure and fresh, sober and elegant, this furniture collection represents a perfect match between tradition and innovation. Water, stone and wood remind of a sort of ancestral ritual, but the style and technology adopted are the most advanced.”