Aqualuna wall basins offer affordable elegance.
February 3rd, 2010
Fresh off the boat, Studio Bagno have just released the Aqualuna Series of wall basins – a cost effective and minimalist solution for residential and commercial applications.
Designed and crafted in Europe, the wall mounted basins are available in three versatile sizes – 350W x 280D , 430W x 345D and 500W x 400D.
Featuring a hemispherical bowl with overflow in a semi-circular plan, the basins offer a welcome relief from angular and intrusive shapes that impose on compact bathroom spaces.
Available with one or no tap holes, the Aqualuna series responds to the growing demand for wall-mounted tapware.
As a manufacturer committed to understated contemporary solutions, the Aqualuna Series helps cement Studio Bagno’s reputation with specifiers.
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