Although its Cersaie introductions were interesting in themselves, I wanted to start with those already in production. These includes Night, a collection of multi-part sinks in pedestal and countertop styles. The pedestals (above and below) feature an outer container formed of 10-mm-thick clear tempered glass and a removable inner component, also made of glass, that comes in in a tempered and varnished version, as well as lively varnished and decorated designs.
The Drop vessel sink is formed of blown glass that is 8-mm-thick and is shown here atop the kinda-funky Base storage unit, which is equipped with drawers feature tempered-glass fronts. The bowl measures 43 cm in diameter at its widest and is 38.6 cm tall.
Ring comprises an oval or round sink integrated with a wall-mounted shelf that is offered in varnished glass in a variety of colors or white Staron.
Ring Joker Monoblock results from the combination of the Ring sink and shelf with chromed metal legs, which the company has named “Joker” (why? I do not know) and remind me of the folding tray tables that we used as kids when we ate dinner (alas, infrequently) in front of the TV.
Although this next photo isn’t completely clear, Vitrum is a one-piece wall-mount basin formed of 10-mm-thick clear tempered glass that can be specified in a variety of varnished colors, grey or left transparent. It comes in three sizes—small, medium and large—and two bowl widths. I’m kind of digging the freestanding glass towel rail/holder but I’m pretty sure I’d knock it over at some point and hurt myself.
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