Completing 25 editions in 2011, Casa Cor submit a unisex restroom with hi-tech and tones inspired by the forest and the sensations of autumn.
The bill signed by the architect Mayra Lopes, will bring representations of the elements of nature, like water, wood and stones, uniting sustainability, functionality and sophistication.
Providing a sophisticated technological place and the professional use trends and automated solutions that enable the integration of lighting and sound system, all controlled by an iPad, and taps of Deca touch sensor, and LED TVs.
Engaged in environmental responsibility, the architect certified the conscious use of water entering into your project, coupled with bowls of dualflux box - which enables two different discharge volumes, paints Suvinil produced with PET bottles in their composition, and porcelain tile flooring manufactured with 20 % Recyclable materials.
The area of 17m ² will also feature a large panel of demolition wood at the entrance to the pit, a copper plate with undulations winding and unmet giving an air of innovation in the inner part, stands with cubes overlapping marble brown color playing a stone mosaic and a natural carpet made up of a glass floor suspended over dried leaves.
The event will be on the "Day to day with technology, " the general concept, Mayra Lopes highlights how the marriage gap between modern and rustic in her place.