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With the help of a metal working lathe the wash basin is made with the same technique that is also used to build the head of fast trains in Japan. By the use of a targeted spatula the stainless steel is formed by utilizing the leverage. Due to that an almost perfect hemispherical notch with a smooth surface and a stripe pattern arises. In combination with the simple form an universal beauty is expressed.