To be able to talk about integrated design, we must first refer to what sustainable development is. This contemplates any progress that is based on the impact that an activity has on the natural environment, therefore, there are good practices to make responsible use of resources and keep pollution to a minimum.
Bathforte is part of the circular economy, one of the key models of sustainable development, by using organic raw materials that can be reused once they reach the end of their useful life.
Comprehensive design and integrated decoration
In architecture, integrated design refers to the incorporation of aspects linked not only to construction, but also to the social, economic, environmental and ecological environment of a project to devise its design. This results in spaces with a low environmental impact, but from which you can take advantage of being used for a long time or frequently in a shared way.
On the other hand, this concept is often confused with a similar one: integral decoration. This revolves around how to integrate various functional and decorative elements in the same place, so that spaces can be made or recovered to give them a renewed appearance.
At Bathforte, we are not only committed to integrated design but also to the integral decoration of spaces, ensuring that bathrooms maintain visual harmony while using raw materials that are 100% friendly to sustainable development.