The revolutionary Vulcan bathroom designed by Sandro Meneghello and Marco Paolelli is inspired by a modular tile system.
5 June, 2012
EO-N has collaborated with award-winning Milan-based designers Sandro Meneghello and Marco Paolelli on a series of bathroom products, conceived like a modular system of tiles.
The basins, bathtub and shower tray all emerge from a 4cm base, which can be either top mounted or recessed into the floor. The result is a formal continuity and interplay between the bathroom elements and the bathroom floor.
EO-N bathroom products are made from a new generation solid surface that is fully ecological; the material is also similar in touch to natural stone, but allows for the creation of seamless objects with unlimited creative options.
And unlike other solid surfaces in the market, EO-N offers not only a traditional matte white finish, but also a shiny white finish for better matching with other bathroom elements. There’s also the option to personalise the designs with decorative motifs.
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