The Dialogo collection by Mario Ferrarini for Atlas Concorde combines different materials to create a harmonious synthesis

A proposal for furnishing your bathroom with a contemporary style: it is the Dialogo collection designed by Mario Ferrarini for Atlas Concorde.

The project stems from the desire to combine different materials to achieve a harmonious synthesis between different surface effects, colors and volumes.

With a view to proposing complete solutions for environments where the finishes, the washbasin and even the accessories can be the result of a coordinated design, the Dialogo proposal is completed with a line of suspended furniture characterized by elementary geometries, a characteristic trait of Ferrarini's aesthetic research.

With Atlas Concorde Habitat, the Atlas brand Concorde, which declines porcelain stoneware in furnishing elements, gives rise to the possibility of giving visual continuity to the interior design of the bathroom by choosing, for example, for surfaces and coverings the same aesthetics and the same finish chosen for the washbasin.

A perfect collection to create this elegant combination is Marvel Travertine where travertine marble, one of the most classic materials in architecture, is reinterpreted in a contemporary key, as in the exclusive project Doryssa Theorem Hotel in Samos, Greece.

Ideal for bathrooms and wellness environments thanks to the qualities and characteristics of porcelain stoneware, Marvel Travertine is developed in three colors (White, Sand and Pearl) and declined in two graphic variants: Vein Cut, i.e. the most common cut of the travertine obtained cutting the blocks parallel to the veins, and Cross Cut, the cut against the pitch, with a cloudy effect, performed perpendicular to the veins of the stone.

On the cover, the Dialogo collection by Marco Ferrarini for Atlas Concorde: The designer worked on parallel lines with an extremely calibrated design that carefully evaluates thicknesses, sections and proposes washbasins of dimensions that meet the needs of interior design</em >