International Bathroom Exhibition: all the latest news


Falper stand, photo Valentina Casalini

The biennial exhibition returns with a new look for the most intimate room in the home: once again technology translates into well-being

Starting from the forms, above all. But also the materials, the colors and technological research: the bathroom needs to create a soothing mood, making for a moment that is really one of personal well-being, away from the hectic life that we lead every day.

Day 5: International Bathroom Exhibition

At the 8th edition since the creation of the Salone del Mobile.Milano, the International Bathroom Exhibition confirms companies’ trend towards products that combine design with eco-friendly  functionality, ranging from water saving to the use of low-impact, recyclable and circular materials, digital activation systems and voice recognition to taps and fittings that reduce consumption by as much as 50%. Furnishings, accessories, shower cabins, porcelain sanitary wares and radiators all the way to taps and bathtubs with minimal visual impacts or a wealth of allusions to nature, sometimes even playing with irony.


DESIGNin the Bathroom exhibition, ADI, photo Valentina Casalini

The twin of DESIGNin the Kitchen, DESIGNin the Bathroom is the installation curated by the architect Alessandro Colombo with Paola Garbuglio devoted to bathroom products. Featuring winners of the Compasso d'Oro, it presents furnishings that dialogue with and around water and that have made their mark in the history of lifestyle, society and the modern home.


Arbi stand, photo Valentina Casalini

Arbi Arredobagno is expanding its most highly appreciated and iconic ranges by introducing cutting-edge innovations. The new restylings aim at to achieve a total look, interpreting the most contemporary taste and creating elegant and refined bathrooms, with a perfect balance between aesthetic qualities and functionality.


Arblu stand, photo Valentina Casalini

Arblu is presenting two novelties: Tuby, notable for the use of drawn tubular elements, consisting of die-cast joints and extruded aluminum profiles for a young and informal style, and PietrabluTM, a system of decorative textures engineered by Arblu and completely made in Italy.


Ceadesign stand, photo Valentina Casalini

Ceadesign presents Abaco, a modular, simple and linear system, one capable of enclosing all the elements of the bathroom in a single piece of furniture: a silent and elegant object, completely made out of stainless steel, a hygienic, antibacterial material, fully recyclable and ideal in the healthcare environment.