Parisi Bathware present a their 2009 range.
November 28th, 2008
Parisi would like to introduce the VOID range from Ceramica Flaminia. Ceramica Flaminia continues its search for more contemporary expressions of ceramic material.
This year, during the “I Saloni” exhibition, it presented a rich range of novelties, born from the encounter and collaboration with new designers and with some of those personages who are already a part of the Flaminia world.
VOID, designed by Fabio Novembre, was shown in Milan for the first time in April 2008 – a washbasin, wc, bidet with human soft shapes which demonstrate the particular style of a designer who has approached the sanitaryware production with an original functional method.
Please visit the Parisi web-site (parisi.com.au) for updates and the complete range of products.
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