Rogerseller presents Fukasawa – a new icon in tapware.
April 2nd, 2012
Leading Italian manufacturer Fantini commissioned one of the world’s most influential designers, Naoto Fukasawa, to design an iconic new tapware collection, flawlessly produced and conceptually excellent.
Finished in polished chrome, the shape of his design is the result of an exploration into the simplification of tap forms with maximum clarity and emphasis on the aesthetic quality of materials.
The disc and cylinder-shaped taps and mixers are reminiscent of the forms found on the controls of a stereo – fitting for a designer whose wall-mounted CD player for MUJI is now on display as part of MoMA’s permanent collection.
Rogerseller is proud to be the exclusive distributors of the elegant Fukasawa range, available in April 2012.
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