The novelties Makro for the bathroom

Shade, a sensory microcosm

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09/11/2012 - It conceals and reveals, divides and enchants just like a Byobu, the Japanese folding screen.

by Marco Taietta for Makro is an unprecedented customisable modular folding screen available in a host of compositions: textile panels in various colours which can be equipped with a variety of accessories, traditional and enlarging mirrors. It enhances and separates bathrooms (and other rooms too) in a fluid and dynamic manner, with the required versatility and modularity to accommodate the increasingly varied need for flexible solutions.

Yet the true revolution of Shade is the introduction of textiles into bathroom furnishings. Extraordinary wefts which decorate with taste and sophistication, precious warps that enhance light and space. The introduction of textiles into the bathroom brings with it the enthusiasm of a new range of materials, colours and patterns to create unprecedented decorative projects. A breath of absolute freshness in the vast panorama of materials dedicated to decorating the bathroom: the warps are gentle on the eye and encourage the imagination.

Thanks also to the textile choices, Shade is a sensory microcosm affording functionality and poetry in one; it is a design and decorative choice which flows amid colours and accessories that customise a setting and make it comfortable, with refined compositions which implement excellent materials and an appealing design that astounds for its intricate details. The result is always a unique and completely bespoke product.

The broad range of composition possibilities of Shade is expressed through the panels in Kvadrat or Rubelli fabric, in Corian®,  Touch finish and in heat-treated wood in the Hemlock, Lati and Ash wood finishes. The frame is made of painted steel and the modules are 200 cm high and 45 cm wide.


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