Antonio Lupi, Italian bath products manufacturer, is changing the way we see a wash basin or a bath sink with its new Breccia sink. Instead of the age-old waste fitting with a center-hole, Breccia – the new lineup of sinks, comes with a minimalist groove at one end.
After constant research, Antonio Lupi has finalized this simple, light and evident groove design that would now define the identity of this bathroom utility. Designed by Mario Ferrarini, Breccia wash basin has been fitted to a Flumood solid-surface countertop.
Breccia lavatory sink is made from the 1/2-inch-thick solid surface in a satin finish. The simple cut in the basin enables water to flow through the groove that’s further connected to the perimeter of the sink.
The washbasin comes with an open plug and a drain pipe and is available in two forms measuring 56-inches and 107-inches respectively. However, the made-to-measure size option is also available for these elegant sinks.
Reportedly, it’s the first bathroom products manufacturing company that has dared to eliminate the boring waste fitting that we have been seeing since ages. Although it works just like a traditional waste fitting, the new age simple cut gives a whole new dimension to the bathroom sinks in contemporary homes.
This innovative washbasin design was presented for the first time at ISH 2019. While there is no information about its pricing and availability yet, you can find more information about the product on its official website.
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