Parisi Bathware introduce their latest products for 2009.
April 6th, 2009
Bathware supplier Parisi have announced their 2009 collections starring four new washbasins designed by Marco Paolelli and Sandro Meneghello.
The new 2009 version of the ‘Miss’ washbasin features soft, ergonomic lines. Designed around the feet, this washbasin can be placed in the centre of the room or against a wall. Available with ground or wall drain the basin comes in amazing Icetek white.
In a contrasting approach, the straight geometrical lines of the ‘Sharp’ produce an altogether different look. Comprising eight triangular surfaces this Icetek freestanding basin is also perfect for the centre of the room with floor or wall drainage available.
Joining these two freestanding designs are the ‘Dial’ range and ‘La Fontana’ stand. ‘Dial’ is a growing program of designs that aim to adapt the unique shapes of Swiss watches to bathroom fixtures – finding a balance between circle and square and capturing, for the bathroom, the elegance and quality these watches embody.
The perfect washbasin accompaniment – the ‘La Fontana’ distributes both water and light, becoming the perfect base for a range of washbasins, while providing shelving, containers and mirrors.
This bathroom element employs state-of-the-art technology – made of structural polymer and with an integrated, indirect light source – providing a range of functions in a simple wall-to-floor solution.
This new range of designs by Marco Paolelli and Sandro Meneghello is available from Parisi Bathware, along with hundreds of bathroom design solutions to suit any project.
You can download the Parisi brochure here.
The new 2009 version of the ‘Miss’ washbasin
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