Falper’s Quattro. Zero achieves fine detail in smaller-footprint projects.
November 4th, 2015
It’s a strange design binary that the smaller the space, the more precise the detailing needs to be. When every square centimetre matters, the attention to each and every surface, edge, joint and fixing is paramount. The product needs to be so highly considered that the design works doubly as hard as something more luxurious in size. But this is not always the case.
Bigger projects often mean bigger spaces, bigger products – and bigger budgets. Often, the best research and technical development goes into the feature products that can only be selected for the most high-end (and high-cost-per-square-metre) projects.
Falper’s Quattro. Zero achieves a level of detail that is normally reserved for more specialty products. A 4-millimetre ultra-thin basin profile in the unique Ceramilux material, drip-proof countertops and 45-degree finishes are key features that this compact range offers to smaller-footprint projects.
Regardless of the physical size and budget, each of your projects – and clients – deserves the same level of attention to detail and Quattro.Zero responds to this need for design democracy. It means that there is never a need to compromise on quality or finish – whether you are working with your biggest client, or your smallest, a repeat customer or with someone for the first time.
Furthermore, the range enjoys the benefits of all of Falper’s leading position in the market, with the superior quality and track record that the Italian brand enjoys. Additional features such as push-pull opening cabinets and soft close drawers, handles in metallic chrome and matte white and extensive configuration options make the Quattro.Zero a well-rounded option for your project.
Read the full Quattro Zero story here.
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