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Wish by Scarabeo

Wish by Scarabeo
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This magical combination gives birth to pure yet gentle forms, adaptable to any decorating style, from the simplest to the most elaborate. The pureness of white or the chromatic play of two-tone color, venturing as far as the ironic and elegant pairing of white and gold, characterize the color possibilities offered by the series. Born of the experience of the Talocci Design studio, the WISH project includes six different types of washbasin and matching sanitary fixtures.

Art. 2001 Symmetric Washbasin: the ellipses are out of axis, resulting in a symmetric design for the washbasin with an ample surface alongside the tap. The ellipses of the washbasin as seen from above intersect with the straight lines of the wall and the oblique lines, in perspective, that describe the very limited width of the washbasin, allowing it to become an attractive countertop basin as well. Dimensions: 67x51 cm

Art. 2002 Asymmetric Washbasin: the two ellipses of the washbasin are eccentric, creating a design both dynamic and practical, with a broad rim for placing soap or a toothbrush holder. The ellipses of the washbasin as seen from above intersect with the straight lines of the wall and the oblique lines, in perspective, that describe the very limited width of the washbasin, allowing it to become an attractive countertop basin as well. Dimensions: 68x51 cm Art.

2003 Washbasin with narrow rim: two concentric ellipses give form to a generous basin, while maintaining its smaller dimensions. The tap sits on a rectangle that intersects perfectly with the ellipse. The ellipses of the washbasin as seen from above intersect with the straight lines tap surface as well as the oblique lines, in perspective, that describe the very limited width of the washbasin, allowing it to become an attractive countertop basin as well. Dimensions: 68x51 cm

Art. 2011 Washbasin with shelf: the rectangle that intersects with the two ellipses continues laterally and creates a broad surface, very practical for both home and hotel use. In this model the two ellipses are not concentric, but out of axis, and the rim of the basin is wider on one side. This play of lines balances the “weight” aesthetically, creating a varying and dynamic play of lines and functionality within the simplicity of the overall design. Dimensions: 87x51 cm

Art. 2006 Wall-mounted Toilet – Dimensions: 57x35 cm
Art. 2007 Wall-mounted Bidet – Dimensions: 57x35 cm
Art. 2008 Toilet – Dimensions: 57x35 cm
Art. 2009 Bidet – Dimensions: 57x35 cm
The sanitary fixtures, either floor- or wall-mounted, repeat the play of ellipses to create the right proportions between the horizontal planes of the body and the basin of the bidet or bowl of the toilet. The inclined vertical planes give a light, graceful appearance to the product.

Art. 2005 Washbasin Pedestal: Together with this pedestal, washbasins 2004 and 2005 take on an important, monolithic look. The pedestal is open at the back to allow access for plumbing and fittings.

Art. 2004 (+2005/A, pedestal closed at back) Freestanding Washbasin. This is similar to the pedestal washbasin, but without any area for the tap, which in this case could be ceiling- or wall-mounted or a floor standing tap. This freedom makes it possible to have an extremely geometric design, based solely on the play of the ellipses of the basin and of the pedestal, which are joined by inclined planes. Here also the possible play of two-tone color makes this item unique and exclusive.

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