Regarded as the only edited Hospitality design event in Europe, Sleep + Eat Event has concluded yet another edition a couple of days ago and the prestigious event brought together some of the best hospitality leaders as well as Europe’s most distinguished designers, consultants, architects and emerging talent in the hotel, restaurant and bar industries. The event offered an unmatched hospitality experience and one of the sectors that received the spotlight was the bathroom sector, so today, Luxury Bathrooms will show some of the best bathroom trends that emanated from the exclusive event.
Grohe has been a founding partner of the event since its inception, having an outstanding involvement in each edition. This year, the bathroom brand returned to host the VIP Lounge and also had a 29sq. metre stand where some of its most noteworthy launches were unveiled, including the new Atrio line and the SmartControl Euphoria shower system.
Laufen Bathrooms was also a big part of this year’s edition focusing mostly on adding real value to hospitality projects with creative bathroom solutions. Some of the most impressive features in their stand was the brand-new shower toiled Navia as well as the Sonar collection designed by Patricia Urquiola, a project developed using SaphirkEramik, an original and innovative material.
Roca, one of the best bathroom brands when it comes to sustainable, aesthetic and innovative solutions exhibited some of their most popular ranges such as Inspira, Beyond and Carmen as well as the flexible and contemporary Bespoke Solid Surface.
Celebrating its 25th Anniversary, AXOR has launched two new products at the exclusive event. The brand’s 2019 shower range has quite the distinctive character and features designs with a new revolutionary nozzle function. The brand a part of the Hansgrohe group also presented the AXOR MyEdition, a faucet series conceived in collaboration with Phoenix Design, that brings a new dimension of individual customisation to the bathroom space.
As a whole, this unique event defined the evolution of hospitality design by curating a creative space brimming with vanguard concepts such as the ones shown in this article, that are bound to make the future much brighter and accessible.
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