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Pozzi Ginori, collection 500

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n open-plan bathroom at one with nature; this space is both soothing and intimate. This room stands out for its unconventional layout: twin washbasins mounted onto thin partitions and in turn form a secluded area, however this doesn’t block the outside view. Small practical accessories with crisp silhouettes are dotted here and there for a touch of style. And there’s even a veneer stool under one of the washbasins, which doubles-up as an occasional table, while the steel frame in the background is effectively an ultra modern towel rack. And the result is most dramatic, a space where wellbeing is paramount.

Three pieces one style

Twin washbasins.

Two separate washbasins, one for him and one for her, utter function.

Veneer stool.

A charming accessory which is both a seat and a side table; this piece is an updated version of a classic vanity unit.

Towel rack.

This chic design replaces more conventional freestanding columns and towel bars. A simple grid which appears to be floating in mid air.

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