Offering contemporary styling and innovative space-saving design, the collection is the brain-child of well known Italian-based designer, Terri Pecora.
August 23rd, 2013
With ‘70s inspired soft angles, muted matt colours and clean slim lines, DEGRADE’ brings a sense of space to many bathrooms; even the small.
Modelled on the geometric shape of a trapezium, DEGRADE’ is the vision of renowned Italian-based designer Terri Pecora whereby the trapezium concept underlines each piece in the collection. The name DEGRADE’ was inspired by the concept of ‘downsizing’, and as Terri Percora explains, the idea of the collection was to create pieces that were “flexible and adaptable to today’s laid-back yet stylishly sophisticated ambience”.
DEGRADE’ creates a noticeably bold aesthetic whilst remaining highly functional. Versatile and adaptable, the collection can be easily mixed and matched to suit the user but it is particularly well adjusted with bathrooms where space is at a premium – studio flats and workspaces and guest rooms redesigned to accommodate an en suite.
Manufactured entirely in Italy by Simas, a global leader in high quality vitreous ceramics since 1955, DEGRADE’ is available nationally through selected PARISI retailers.
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