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“Asse” is a washbowl consisting of thin plates. Its stainless steel material – instead of artificial marble or ceramic – enabled this design. By using a right-angled bend process taking advantage of Japanese metal processing techniques, the design is expressed only as lines and surfaces without R-corners. The user-friendly storage shelf adds an eye-catching element to the design. The drain hardware, including a perforated plate, is completely hidden to realize the beautiful design from every angle. Due to the metal material, the product is crack-resistant. A hybrid coating (organic and inorganic) provides high durability.
Yoshiyuki Tada, Kojiro Serikawa