If there is one bathroom accessory that seems to be enjoying a consistent upgrade throughout the years, it's the sink. Between vessel, flat and other opulent designs, it has gained traction as the centerpiece of a washroom. According to the World Interior Design Network, Italian firm Antonio Lupi has released a sink the looks like it's peeled away from the wall.
The Strappo sink comes from an Italian word meaning "tear," "lift" or "pull," speaking to the unique nature of the sink. The back of the piece conforms with the wall to hide any trace of hardware. The front of the sink then looks like it is peeled forward, with a sloping portion that collects the water at the bottom of the basin.
The front of the sink is made of plasterboard and can be paired with any number of faucets to suit the unique nature of the piece. As an added bonus, Antonio Lupi has also added an LED light fixture to the top of the sink to add to the unit's aesthetics and provide energy-efficient illumination at any time of day.
With the many sinks on the market breaking conventions of traditional bathroom design, there are more choices than ever. Which style suits your design tastes?
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