In its first job for ceramic wall and floor covering manufacturer Peronda, creative studio Yonoh has designed the Lins wall surface collection. And for Porcelanosa it has designed a new bathroom collection called Pure.
The Lins covering plays with light, using criss-crossing lines to generate visual effects perfect for transforming wall surfaces into huge murals. Instead of depth, they have opted for subtle lines with a delicacy that creates light and shadow, producing volume. Lins is inspired by Mediterranean elements like Valencia’s marshland and the pattern traced by its reeds in the sun and the wind. Colour is created as light bounces off the surface, producing a range of greens, browns and shades of orange evoking the sunset.
Pure plays with the purity of water from which it gets its name. This element is the point of departure for a bathroom collection that delicately combines organic shapes with geometric elements and straight lines, yielding multiple combinations. The collection includes one simple free-standing basin, one integrated basin, one double washbasin and a basin on a pedestal. The accompanying furniture combines open and closed storage to cater for every need. The series is rounded off with a bathtub and additional storage units, mirrors, soap dishes and stools. Pure combines different finishes for maximum personalisation. Fine woods in furnishings include oak, white ash and walnut; metal trim and accessories comes in black and copper to go with elements built in Krion®, the essential part of the series used to make basins, counters, bathtubs and other auxiliary items.
Alex Selma and Clara del Portillo are the designers behind Yonoh studio. They create products that are practical, simple and easygoing, but also innovative and original. This year, they have also designed diverse pieces of furniture, décor and lighting fixtures for companies in Spain and worldwide, including pendant lamp Banga for LZF Lamps which was exhibited at the Euroluce trade show in Milan in April.