The poetry of water.
January 11th, 2010
The Kanera design principle avoids any purely functional linkage of objects and focuses on fostering holistic settings instead. The 1D Wash basin, from newcomer KANERA, enables new and revolutionary bathroom designs – a dual washbasin arranged as the central unit in the middle of the room.
This new concept places the product most frequently used right at the heart of things. The benefits: an ingenious layout enhancing the use of space, an innovative interior design, and a new way of communicating with the person directly across from you.
All Kanera products enable you to emphasize your own ideas. The bathroom thus emerges as the prime expression of your personal identity. Indeed, if so desired, you can create a fascinating work of art.
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