CALICE - designed by Mario Ferrarini and Domenico De Palo
With Calice, the traditional sink is developed with elegance and formal cleansing for a collection that can once again thrill.
A form that is born from the clever control of the disruptive force of the sign, a light volume that softly emerges from the wall to sinuously enter space, an explicit reference to a classical imagereinterpreted through a contemporary material to give absolute continuity to the surface. After Strappo, Silenzio and Soffio research continues for antoniolupi on the theme of integrationbetween sink and wall, on the ability to give continuity to the vertical surface in order to describe a basin that welcomes water in a fluid and enveloping space. With Calice, the traditional sink is developed with elegance and formal cleansing for a collection that can once again thrill.
The balance of the volumes, the depths of the column and basin, the perfect connection between the parts. A project of harmony and dialogue between the elements, a set of absolute joints and calibrated curves, a comparison between natural and artificial, between organic and architectural design that give birth to a precious object, a glass in Corian, which enhances the water that it contains.
Material: Corian Sizes: cm 81x85x38
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Press — New sinks for 2017
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Press — antoniolupi presents AGO at Maison & Objet 2017
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