Anybody who has to be economical with the floor space in his bathroom will be familiar with the problem: it doesn’t take much to fill the room up with furniture, and yet there’s still never enough storage space. With its Lina and Mera lines, manufacturer Burgbad is aiming to demonstrate how even limited space in the bathroom can be easily planned and optimally used with a “set” solution. The Lina range, with carcasses and doors in high-gloss white or with a cream-coloured or black wood finish, is intended to combine modern, ergonomic design with straightforward elegance and functionality. The extra-wide washbasin (142 cm) with sliding shelf, drawers and doors is the focal point of the collection. Although smaller, the 82 and 112 cm-wide variants with a sliding shelf or sliding shelf, drawer and door are characterised by light, soft lines. The overhang of the trapezoid, mineral-composite washbasin not only provides plenty of space for the knees but permits relaxed manoeuvring and natural posture as well. The design options also include the possibility of using elements in two different colours and arranging the wood-effect furniture over a white baseboard. All three Lina sets can be combined with a tall and/or half-height cabinet from the same series.
Mera consists of four sets and is based on a washbasin that is as simple as it is clear: a wide encircling rim offsets the compact appearance of the basin itself and makes the serene, rectangular ceramic washbasin with its dynamically taut inner shapes seem to hover. It contrasts with the more voluminous base cabinet and creates the impression of lightness. The surfaces of the base units are available in high-gloss white, as well as with two very up-to-date finishes: at first glance, the rough-cut natural beige oak and rough-cut grey-brown oak surfaces look almost textured. The ceramic washbasins have a dirt-repellent finish and are available in white only.
With numerous possibilities for variations and a choice of module widths and sizes, Valea is intended to open the door to creativity and individuality. The new series of bathroom furniture is based on an ergonomic, functional basic concept and aims to provide an appealing design with horizontal, understated shapes and carefully-thought-out details. One of the collection’s most striking features are the oblique surfaces, for instance on the washstand. Illuminated mirrors, mirror cabinets, half-height cabinets and box-shaped shelves that are available with back panels in a choice of different colours put the finishing touches to the range. The bevelled edge of the mineral composite basin is only ten millimetres thick and, together with the subtle lines, gives the washstand a particularly light and filigree look.