HI-Line proposes a new perspective in bathroom ceramics unfettered by the conventional image of the utilitarian bathroom fixture.
October 16th, 2009
HI-Line proposes a new perspective in bathroom ceramics unfettered by the conventional image of the utilitarian bathroom fixture. The project is informed by contrast: interaction between inflexible lines and the undulating movements that generate the product forms; opposition of the straight course of the sides to the gentle curves of the bow
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