For­get the ba­sic white basin – it pales in com­par­i­son to this year’s hues and deca­dent tex­tures. Vi­sion­naire’s Kobol console with double basin was de­signed to bal­ance rich ma­te­ri­als and el­e­gant form. Part of the com­pany’s Alessan­dro La Spada col­lec­tion, its wood, mar­ble and steel al­ter­nate within a light com­po­si­tion fea­tur­ing retro ref­er­ences. The con­fig­u­ra­tion op­tions are in­fi­nite.

De­signed by Paolo Ulian, In­trec­cio is a monumental trib­ute to the power of sculp­ture. Cre­ated for An­to­nio Lupi, this ‘ bas­ket for wa­ter’ pays trib­ute to the brand’s com­mit­ment to in­no­va­tion. Born from a block of mar­ble, the cuts have been op­ti­mised to cre­ate a three-di­men­sional vol­ume, while nu­mer­i­cal con­trol tech­nolo­gies cre­ated curvi­lin­ear and thin, light shapes.

Sub­tle and stylish, Alape’s Aqua line fea­tures a glaze that was in­spired by wa­ter. The high-gloss finish high­lights its op­ti­cal depth, with a thin layer of coat­ing that uses vary­ing depths of colour and is spe­cific to each basin.

And should morn­ings need a jolt of de­sign-in­spired en­ergy look no fur­ther than the new Et­tore Sottsass basin from Glass De­sign. Fash­ioned from seri­graphed glass, the trans­par­ent ma­te­rial of­fers a unique fu­sion of form and dec­o­ra­tion.

Kobol col­lec­tion by Vis­sion­aire

Et­tore Sottsass basin by Glass De­sign

Aqua basin by Alape

In­trec­cio by Paolo Ulian for An­to­nio Lupi

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