Thin as a sheet of paper, essential as a two-dimensional geometric shape, light but solid, seemingly suspended in the air but really well anchored to the wall. Minimal yet expressive.
The name is deliberately simple, almost naive, easily associated to its function, essential lines, the unusual material. The simplicity of a folded sheet and the purity of stainless steel are the inspiration for Lavandino, the sink with a sharp shape, absolute geometry, rigor that transforms into expressiveness. absolute geometry even for the rectangular tap and the cylindrical knobs, placed in an asymmetrical position to enhance the sense of the dynamics transmitted from the overall image of the sink.
It seems suspended but hides an advanced technology that allows the sink to integrate to the wall thanks to a frame, which serves as a template for the finishing, and that allows the accommodation of the faucet cartridge. Lightness is immediate, the perfect continuity of the material is guaranteed by welding performed in a workmanlike manner, the water is allowed to flow from a cut on the surface that emphasizes the essential language of the project.