The Italian bathroom manufacturer Mastella Design has recently unveiled these two, organically-shaped washbasins, which are to be presented later this month during this year’s, 29th edition of the international exhibition of ceramic tile and bathroom furnishings Cersaie (20-24 September).
The elegantly-executed, highly-sculptural ‘Sasso Nero’ by Christian Piccolo and ‘Kallashort’ by Oriano Favaretto have been developed in Cristalplant, ‘a fusion of acrylic resins and minerals which gives the product a compact, non-porous, full paste, resistant and pleasant to the touch.’
More about ‘Sasso Nero':
‘Inspired by nature, taking the form of a pebble of the Brook, the basin Sasso (stone) designed by Christian Piccolo. Available in black and white: the black version is not due to painting but for solid surface of the paste. Soft and smooth surfaces give an aesthetic Rock basin, creating a unique and sophisticated style.’
More about ‘Kallashort':
‘Kallashort, basin designed by Oriano Favaretto, was born as an evolution of the model freestanding Kalla, undisputed protagonist of the Cersaie 2010 collections. The soft and sinuous lines inspired by the enveloping corolla of the flower to make a Kallashort offers great personality and a strong aesthetic impact. Can be positioned above a moderate height console or cabinet. Proposed in the white version and made in Cristalplant ®, the washstand Kallashort interprets a collection with a refined design and natural elegance.’