Indirect lighting in the room design staged in a modern way
Ramon Esteve Studio designed an exclusive space for Porcelanosa International Exhibition 2016 to present the great variety and different effects of modern materials. The entire exhibition extends over a total of 900 square meters and 170 square meters are divided for ‘Premium House’. Linear indirect lighting sets the design elements made of noble materials, such as natural wood, ceramic and natural stone, in the scene in every area.
Indirect lighting sets design elements in the limelight
The exclusive showroom of the tile manufacturer Porcelanosa is designed completely monochrome in natural shades of brown and made of first-class materials. It is divided into areas by effective partition walls that are indirectly lit and thus draw the viewer’s attention to the striking details. Natural stone and wood predominate in the interior design, but are used in different, straight proportions.
Indirect lighting and interior in warm, brown nuances
Geometric accents are incorporated into the design of the bathroom areas. The main bathroom is dominated by dark gray-brown tones and the room is made entirely of natural stone. The geometrically shaped washing columns are accentuated. Separately, there is a free-standing bathtub in the same style, but this time made of light material, placed next to the window and a contrasting mosaic wall. A small bathroom, adjacent to the bedroom, also serves as a partition between this and the adjoining walk-in closet.
Indirect lighting under the furniture
Indirect lighting as an inseparable part of modern wall design
Decorative ethanol fireplace as a room divider in the common room
Modern ethanol fireplace made of natural stone as a room divider
Modern interior made entirely of wood and natural stone
Indirect lighting sets the scene for exclusive wall design
Coherent lighting over the dining table
Modern kitchen with wooden island
Kitchen island illuminated indirectly from below
Indirect lighting in the bedroom – on the walls and under the bed
Modern bedroom with attractive wall design – vertical blinds and wall panels
Exclusive bathroom with walls made of smoked glass
Small bathroom separates the bedroom from the walk-in closet
Exclusive bathroom made of natural stone in a minimalist style
Indirect lighting in the bathroom behind the mirrors
Freestanding bathtub and exclusive wall design with a geometric structure
Freestanding bathtub with geometric shapes made of natural stone
* a project by Ramon Esteve Studio