If your are looking for creative integration of bathroom sinks into their environment, then you need to take a look at this sink by Antonio Lupi, called Strappo. In English, the word strappo roughly translates to 'tear', 'lift', 'pull' ... so you can understand how the name of this sink and its visual appearance are closely linked. It seems that a section of the wall was carefully peeled off to reveal a washbasin. As if that wasn't surprising enough enough, enter LED lighting for a dramatic glow. The piece that seems to be peeling from the wall is made of plasterboard and finished on the outside to match the wall it sits on perfectly. Inside hides a Corian sink. Learn more at Antonio Lupi.
Posted in Sinks & Vessels on November 25, 2011 11:59 PM