Between circular economy projects and sustainability choices that have characterized the company's path for years

Consistent with Itlas's vision and mission, all projects and solutions are born under the essential sign of sustainability.

Starting with Progetto Bagno – the proposal born in 2015, an integral part of an idea of the home conceived starting from the raw material wood on which the Venetian entrepreneurial reality was founded – which today is enriched with various proposals for furnishing systems and by Le Righe Fineline: a three-dimensional boiserie that it can be laid both vertically and horizontally and used to decorate walls but also to cover surfaces, generating particular optical effects.

The collection was presented on different wood species: ash, Cansiglio beech and oak. With a novelty, made up of Le Righe Soft, characterized by a sound-absorbing system.

A circular economy project

It is an Ecos product, a circular economy project with which Itlas has set itself the goal of reducing processing waste of raw materials to a minimum.

The latter is in fact enhanced, giving life with Le Righe Fineline to a sort of wooden wallpaper made from small scraps which, joined together, make up the product: example perfect circularity in total respect for the environment.

Wallpaper in the bathroom

The use of wallpaper in the bathroom is one of the latest market requests, which is why Itlas responds by combining trend and core business with a new product, perfectly in line with the company's philosophy both in the choice of material and in its processing.

An interpretation that responds both to the taste of current design and to the choices of sustainability that have characterized the company's path for years.

The 4 collections of Progetto Bagno

Four main novelties for the Progetto Bagno collections: 5 Millimetri, l'EssenzialeEllisse and Linea, which include proposals for wooden bathroom furniture that can be combined with floors and boiseries of the same essences and finishes , but also made with different materials combined to create suggestive and functional environments.

Among the bathroom furniture, Paulownia wood has also been proposed as an essence, which in recent years has become the tree symbol of the fight against climate change because it is a great absorber of carbon dioxide , as well as having sound-absorbing and thermal insulation properties.

The Stockholm and Amsterdam models

The Stockholm and Amsterdam models belong to the Essential line.

The first is a bathroom furnishing system characterized by the cabinet and top with integrated laminam basins, available in colors that can be combined with Itlas boiseries and parquet, and defined by an essential design and clean, of great visual impact.

While Amsterdam is a bathroom furnishing system characterized by furniture in Pietra Savoia Anthracite finish laminam and top with integrated basins.

On the other hand, Isola belongs to the Progetto Bagno Linea: a clean collection with a great visual impact, which can be modified over time and above all customizable thanks to the possibility of combining the wood with other material elements, marble and resins.

Isola is a bathroom furnishing system made up of boiserie and rack with shelves and adjustable containers in glass and aluminum and the countertop washbasin in bronzed glass.

A line capable of creating unique environments every time thanks to the possibility of choosing between three metal finishes (Metal Grey, Bronze, Bronze Anodic), four glass variants for the doors and fronts (Natural, Extraclear , Fumè, Bronze) and the mirror variants of doors and fronts. Itlas wooden floors can be combined in all rooms: for a total look even in the bathroom.

Cover photo: the Stockholm furnishing system characterized by the cabinet and top with integrated sinks in black lime finish laminam; fronts made with the Le Righe Fineline collection in the Rovere Milk L056 finish; wooden floor from the Ecos collection, Industrial Online, Rovere Pietra Plus H031. Both belong to the Essential collection.