All the new products in a new digital catalog: discover them through general and detail images, technical insights, materials and finishes.
The 8th edition of Salone Internazionale del Bagno 2022 saw the debut of the brand new collections Azuco, Saba, and Caba, as well as a significant update to the collections Fjord, Puro, and Sintesi.
Noorth’s participation at the Salone Internazionale del Bagno 2022 in Milan coincides with a renewal of the general proposal, designed to offer a new vision of the contemporary bathroom. A wide range of new solutions, varying in style, typology, and compositional logic, will be presented: the new collections Azuco, Saba, and Caba, designed by the Spanish studio Altherr Désile Park, together with new components and finishes of the iconic collections Fjord, designed by Giuseppe Bavuso, and Puro and Sintesi, designed by Michele Marcon.
Noorth is taking part in the 2022 Salone Internazionale del Bagno with exclusive novelties. A wide variety of new solutions, heterogeneous by type, style and function, that traces the lines of a new story, in which design, together with technical and stylistic research, plays the pivotal role.
Natural and harmonious shapes, texture variations, and irregular geometries. Noorth enters the fascinating world of decoration, and of contemporary rugs, with two brand new proposals designed by studio Juma.
Better technical and functional performance, always updated aesthetic solutions: these are the objectives that guide Noorth in the search for new materials and finishes.
The objects in our homes tell stories about who we are, what we value, and where we come from.
Structural elements and material surfaces returned through ink strokes and watercolor glazes.
The new Noorth Sample Box presents all color variations, finishes and catalogs for a complete overview of the Collections.
The brand Noorth is shown this year too in Via Palermo, in the Brera district, during Milan Design Week. Fjord collection designed by Giuseppe Bavuso and Azuma and Roma, designed by Studio Lievore Altherr, are the protagonists of this space.
Architect and designer, he lives and works in Seregno, Lombardy. In his projects, he combines a rigorous, somewhat minimalist style with thorough technical research, thanks to the masterful use of technological and innovative materials.
Between memory and modernity, technology and craftsmanship and between versatile compositions and formal research.
Rome, the collection designed by the Lievore Altherr studio inspired by the great Mediterranean architectural culture is widened with new aesthetics and finishes combinations. Wood and stone are now combined, enriching the proposal of monolith configurations. Discover the new products from September 2018.
Noorth presents Fjord, a newly developed modular system based on a modular aluminium frame. In addition to its exclusive finishes, versatility, technology and reliability are the distinctive features of this innovative offer. Discover the new collection designed by Giuseppe Bavuso, starting from September 2018.
Noorth continues its collaboration with the Lievore Altherr studio, the designers of the Azuma line, now expanded with new versions, components and finishes.
Noorth presents Fjord, a project created by Giuseppe Bavuso, based on an aluminum modular structure, conceived to embrace countertops, containers, washbasins of different shapes and dimensions, matching shelves, mirrors and a wide sequence of accessories with specific functions. Upgrade collections: Azuma and Roma, design Lievore Altherr Among Noorth innovations 2018 there is a significant upgrade of Azuma and Roma collections designed by the studio Lievore Altherr and shown for the first time during the “Fuorisalone” in Milan in 2017. New dimensional and typological versions, finishes and accessories complete projects, which have been appreciated since the beginning for design originality and strong formal expressivity.
Inspired by great Mediterranean architecture, the Lievore Altherr Roma collection for Noorth stems from stone-cutting.
Stone, an architectural element that dates back to ancient and contemporary ideals of beauty, luxury and well-being. A range of products inspired by the great Mediterranean architectural culture.
Noorth chooses the Milan Design Week 2017 to officially present itself to the vast cosmopolitan audience of Milan.
It’s the beginning of January and coming from a snowy Venice, the blue sky and the striking sun are quite a pleasant relief. We’ve just got off the 8am flight and we’ve made our way from El Prat airport to what we then discover is the Barrio Gotico district of Barcelona.
By carefully studying and selecting materials as always, for the new Azuma collection Noorth has chosen high-quality raw materials that highlight the distinctive flowing and enveloping shapes of this line.
The collaboration between Noorth and the Lievore Altherr studio led to new, important bathroom furnishing collections, Roma and Azuma, the great innovations of 2017. What do the Noorth offer and the philosophy of one of the most innovative architectural firms in Europe have in common? What identifies the two collections? How was the project developed? Architect and designer Jeanette Altherr of the Lievore Altherr studio tells us about it.
New components complement Noorth collection proposals. Concrete compositions, which interact through forms, materials and refined texture combinations: washbasins designed as integrated solutions to containers or as separate design elements, new finishes, functional proposals with a strong formal value. A unique and heterogeneous collection, presented in its entirety in the new catalogue Update 2016.
Sharon Etgar is a young artist from Tel Aviv, whose personal and intuitive works translate feelings and emotions into abstract forms such as paintings, collages and needle and thread decorations.
A new way of telling one’s own story, an innovative approach to expressing one’s true essence; a history of exclusive settings that fit neatly into contemporary bathrooms, crossing borders and boundaries. Noorth, the new range by Milldue, bears witness to a different way of conceiving the interior design project; it evidences an architectural idea that translates into a vast and exclusive collection.