It was just seeing this collection and falling in love with it literally, thanks to its rounded forms, its smooth lines and strong personality that it exudes. This new collection for bath Krion® Bath for Systempool is called Aro, and has been designed by José Manuel Ferrero inspired by the Japanese tea ceremony.
As you may see, the combination of furniture with natural wood details and krion of different pieces of the collection provides an incredible feeling of comfort and warmth, which ultimately is what is sought in these times when the bathroom has become a refuge in which to care for oneself.
The sinks in the collection were designed taking inspiration on the porcelain bowls used in Japan for tea, allowing through those rounded and pleasant forms to create an environment that invites to peace and relaxation. To fix the sink to the wall, and to connect it to other elements, they have designed a flat ring-shaped surface (hence the name of the collection, which means ring in Spanish), which wants to resemble the hands of the person offering tea to the guest. This same flat surface also further serves to locate the faucet.
In the bathtub, which invites you to relax and enjoy its cozy form, this same surface is reproduced, also working as a connecting thread for the entire collection, like a support plate to leave towels or bath gels. This same ring design has also been transferred to both round and oval mirrors that are part of this beautiful collection. What about you? How does this collection of Porcelanosa make you feel?