Puristic design is on everybody‘s lips and lists – here are a few tips on what to keep in mind if you plan to redesign your bathroom.
what exactly does it take to design your home in a puristic way? Well, first of all, not much at all. Purism means applying no more than needed, no bling, no chichi. Clear shapes, simple materials, quiet colors – that’s the magic formula. Especially bathrooms are nowadays desired to be pure and straight.
Concrete is one of the main materials used in puristic design. It is a natural product and is made of cement, limestone, clay and sand, mixed with water. The liquid is then poured into a mould. While hardening, it hydrates and becomes solid concrete. Depending on its components, the concrete‘s surface appears rough or sleek. Depending on it’s appearance you can create a rather elegant or more rough design.
The application of the right colors is vital when choosing to design puristically. The main colors should be subtle - light-coloured elements always work. Beige tones, white and shades of yellow, orange or red take away the coldness some associate with puristic styles. They also bring brightness and a feeling of comfort into the room. You can also set strong colorful highlight with cool flowers, blooming or not, or other accessories. In contrast to that you can also use deep black opponents.
Choosing the right furniture for a pure style can be tricky. Rectilinear forms are the essential features you should stick to. Wood appears especially light in combination with concrete and create a cozy atmosphere - hanging sideboards and shelves such as the L-Cube bathroom furniture series fit well since they seem to float. With they shadow gaps, they feature a cool highlight especially for puristic designs. The ME by Starck ceramic series blends in just perfectly - giving you space to add your personal note.
But remember: Living with less furniture, makes YOU live more!
The new concert hall in Blaibach has been praised by both visitors and critics alike and has now even been honoured with the German Architecture award. Designed by the Munich architect Peter Haimerl, it is kept in a completely pure way and represents the new centrepiece of the small village in the Bavarian Forest. The ambigious project has been accompanied and supported by Duravit. Da capo!
How about ZIGGi , DESKi and CLASSi? These 2D/3D LED lamps by designer Nir Chehanowski aim to alter your perception of space and form by using 3D shapes as the basis of 2D designs. Each flat LED “by BULBING” lamp is made from a thick and strong sheet of acrylic glass that has been etched with dozens of intricate lines. Therefore they create a sense of dimensionality, as LED light travels through the lines illuminating the design and creating a powerful optical illusion.
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And if this is still not enough, you can adorn yourself with these lovely cement pearl earrings. They are available in different sizes (7mm and 5mm) and colors (light grey and black). Available with other puristic accessories on
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