The Fidenza Village bathroom design redefines the common image of a public service space: a nice, welcoming and comfortable place.
In 2019, the multidisciplinary design studio Solids signed the Fidenza Village bathroom project: a new concept of public toilets intended as a well-being space to be carefully curated.
Nice, comfortable, functional and intimate spaces: an entirely customized design where materials and finishes are combined thanks to sophisticated technical details.
An integrated project that does not exclude functionality and that aims at redefining the common image of a service space.
Marble, brass and moulded glass are paired with contemporary materials such as soft-touch laminate and technologically-advanced systems such as taps and electronic hand-dryers.
(IN)finito handles have been chosen in the “long” version that extends to the base of the door. The satin brass finish means the handle matches the many elements of the same shade that form part of the spaces.
Solids is a multidisciplinary architectural and engineering studio based in Milan, founded in 2012 by Gregg Brodarick and Stefano Giubileo.
The studio works on projects of various scales and boasts extensive experience in commercial complexes.