Following his extensive experience in trendsetting bathroom ceramic design, Philippe Starck is now at home in the kitchen. Together, Starck and Duravit are elevating their successful partnership to include the kitchen with the new Starck K sink. The result: outstanding in the truest sense of the word.
Like all products from Phoenix Design, the Cassia kitchen sink impresses with its logical functionality, timeless modernity and extreme durability. The fl owing soft forms seem to have been modelled by hand and create both a high-quality and comfortable look that is at home in any environment. The drainer can be used to prepare and cut food and even baking sheets can be cleaned with ease in the large sink. Cassia is impressive not only on the strength of its form and function but also its good value for money.
When Sieger Design produced the draft for their Kiora ceramic kitchen sink, they were looking for something which combined top quality and unique character. So the designers worked with large-scale
sink dimensions, with virtually equal spaces for the sink and draining area and generally straight lines without frills. The central drain outlets and the fittings aligned to the centre of the sink or the central strut add to the balanced, harmonious image. Kiora is available in white, pergamon, chestnut, matt anthracite and black.
As so often, concentrating on what is important opens up a range of possibilities. This is also the case for the Vero kitchen sink, where the consistent angular styling creates a striking, harmonious and, most
importantly, timelessly modern look. But it is not just purism which sets the range apart, it is also the practicality. It is an under-counter sink, so easy to fit, which can be combined with virtually any worktop material, from wood and natural stone to granite. Its form, function and flexibility make Vero the perfect addition to any modern kitchen.