DESIGNER: Ramón Esteve Estudio
Terma is inspired by natural thermal waters created by tectonic nature from volcanic activity. A serene and hedonistic setting of pure and architectural shapes is created.
This space is marked by prismatic volumes. The light is applied on three-dimensional textures.
Two large walls divide and articulate the space, carried out with a wood mosaic and a backlit stone which allows the light to shine through, marking the space with a diffuse light. The perimeter is split in vertical strips of sandstone. The light leaks through these cracks like a fluid element.
The Habana Dark marble washbasin and bathtub are the elements which characterise this space whilst the shower and toilet are positioned in a more private area.
The telluric nature of the material combined with warm colours blend together creating a tectonic setting.
The Terma space is capable of harmonising on different levels, by either becoming part of a bedroom or integrating a larger space thanks to the spatial play between public and private areas and the combination of materials.