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Megius Zen - two sliding doors version

Zen, shower box by Megius: the impossible becomes possible

 

Zen has arrived to become a new starting point in the shower enclosures industry. Historically, only a few products have brought true innovation in the shower enclosure segment. Zen by Megius introduces a complete set of shower cabins and enclosures whose main conceptual design is the top sliding profile with a height of only 17mm instead of the average 40mm we are all used to.

 

The impossible becomes possible.

 

Aesthetics has, of course, an important impact. The shower enclosure leaves you astonished and speechless. It responds to the modern demand of shower enclosures with few, minimal and imperceptible profiles where "less is more" rules. The reduced profile in the sliding and pivot door versions and also the almost imperceptible wall profile, make Zen a unique solution with a strong emotional appeal.


The presentation of this product has already attracted the public's favor. You can see this and many other Megius shower enclosure solutions now in our showroom in Byron Bay.

Marazzi Absolute White

Italian ceramics are definitely living a new period of international growth and recognition. It is common knowledge that Italian ceramics and porcelain have been linked to quality, innovation and great aesthetics since the 60’s.

Marazzi, one of the leading Italian brands, has accompanied and helped this growth throughout all these years.

 

This vital difference in quality is noticed in Marazzi’s indoor and outdoor collections. There are several reasons why Marazzi has been one of the leaders in the Italian market for the past 5 decades. First of all, the innovations they introduce year after year into their production cycle, keeping them ahead of the game. These allow them to market perfectly flat tiles of all shapes and sizes, with thickness going from 6mm to 20mm, from full coloured body to double fire wall tiles.

 

Marazzi has also helped to develop new materials thus improving durability and versatility of their products, leading to new laying schemes and wider possibilities. Their technological research has resulted in a wide range of special treatments to indoor tiles with new anti-slip and anti-freeze for outdoor tiles being the latest development.

 

Lineabeta Bathroom Accessories

Lineabeta: A long story of success and innovation

 

Colourful, young, fresh, unconventional and simple all at the same time. These characteristics of Lineabeta should be part of your thought process when looking for the right bathroom accessories.

Their motto “Everyday Design” highlights the path that this Italian-born company has been following for the last thirty years: an idea of flexible, comfortable and functional bathrooms. Live the “Everyday Life” in the most simple and spontaneous way.  

 

Lineabeta bathroom accessories and furniture have entered public and private spaces in a variety of ways. All different in style, taste, and function but linked to the everyday life of the everyday human.

A look at the most intimate and private side of different people, from the enthusiastic entrepreneur to the eccentric dj or the eclectic artist, from the young couple with children to the fanciful illustrator discovering how each one lives the Lineabeta product in his or her own way. This has led to the reinterpretation of the product to fully understand that everyone in their own space wants to feel good, easy and at home whilst at their most vulnerable.

Lineabeta bathroom accessories collections’ names are inspired by the Venetian dialect (Venessia, Ranpin, Saon). The materials used vary from glass to brass going through ceramics and steel.

IPF Timber Floor

Timber floors can be a practical solution for both renovations and new buildings, even for those with a small budget that don’t want to give up the charm and warmth that timber offers.

The various varieties of timber floors are divided by the thickness of the noble wood, essence, size, type and laying options. IPF is an Italian leading name for high quality wood flooring and their collections include from solid wood to two or three layers with a top layer of approx. 4mm in each collection.

 

With a production 100% made in Europe, IPF collections are characterised by their exclusive treatment applied by hand, board after board by their craftsmen. At the same time, and in order to appeal to every budget, IPF has developed the Smartsolution Range with an accessible price without compromising quality and finish.

 

You are more than welcome to visit our showroom in Byron Bay where you’ll find all IPF timber floor collections and samples.

Smartsolutions: Happy Hour, Barrique, Fusion, Antique Oak Collection UV and Oil, Lounge UV and Art and Marco Polo. All these collections answer contemporary market demands, keeping quality and design as their primary focus.

 

Timber floors have a unique and natural appearance, you won’t find two boards that are the same. Solid wood floors have a long lasting life since they can last up to 100 years installed and in perfect conditions.

Timber floors are not only nice to see but they also give a good feeling when touching them. When walking on a timber floor, for instance, you will never notice cold or hot. In fact, timber floors offer an excellent insulation and absorb acoustic vibrations.

 

Hatria's Valley sit-on basin

Hatria proudly introduces its newest sit-on basin: Valley.

Valley is the result of the collaboration with Mario Alessiani Studio. This world-class design studio believes in honouring material and process. The design is simply a tool to emphasize characteristics, interaction and shapes.

 

Valley is a ceramic sit-on basin. The concept behind this project goes against the usual or standard line of reasoning: it starts with ceramics as a solid material simply complying with a function in a gentle way and no longer ceramics as a moldable surface with a shape to fulfil a job. The basin is a reflection of an excavated rock and a contrast between the geometry and the organic shape of a basin.

 

Mario Alessandri, after studying industrial design, moved to Rome to study at the European Institute of Design (IED). After working for Giulio Patrizi in Italy and for Jake Phipps in London, he opened his own studio and began working with various national and international companies.

Mario Alessandri’s motto is “making things functionally beautiful”, this final goal is achieved working thoroughly each detail, material and design idea and we’re able to see it in Hatria’s Valley sit-on basin.