Horus

An uncommon and unique asymmetry. The Horus semi-inset wash basin projects only 7 cm above the surface of the surrounding top, but adds an immediate touch of character to the bathroom interior. The corner of the rim is able to accommodate a mixer tap, underlining the originality of the design, or alternatively, the Horus can be combined with wall-mounted taps to shift the focus of the furnishing solution adopted. Supplied with free flow waste. Material: Cristalplant.

An uncommon and unique asymmetry. The Horus semi-inset wash basin projects only 7 cm above the surface of the surrounding top, but adds an immediate touch of character to the bathroom interior. The corner of the rim is able to accommodate a mixer tap, underlining the originality of the design, or alternatively, the Horus can be combined with wall-mounted taps to shift the focus of the furnishing solution adopted. Supplied with free flow waste. Material: Cristalplant.

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A unique outline

The asymmetrical outline of the Horus basin is a distinctive feature. Created by designer Marco Baxadonne, this semi-inset basin combines the unique nature of its design with a bowl deep and voluminous like few others. Another special detail is the flush-fitting, colour matched waste outlet cover.

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Made of Cristalplant® composite

A material that ensures the Horus basin will give long and durable service. Available in matte finish, Cristalplant® guarantees lasting resistance to thermal shock, UV radiation and stains.

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A modern match-up

The semi-inset structure and original geometry of the Horus basin are ideally suited to a contemporary and sophisticated setting, featuring new and eye-opening ideas. Can be installed on a vanity unit or on a simple wall-mounted console.

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Dimensions (W x D x H): 105.75 x 43 x 7/17 cm

Marco Baxadonne

“Italy, 1961. Architect and designer works for many companies operating in different fields. Development consultant at Framar Spa from 2000 to 2005, he received prestigious awards and recognitions in the same years; moreover in 2006 he won the Comfort & Design-ADI Prize and he was selected for the XXI and the XXII Compasso d’Oro Prize. Lot of his projects and products are been exhibited: in 2003 at the Expocomfort Expo-Convention in Milan, in 2005 at the Milan’s Triennale Expo and in 2008 at the exhibitions: Le eccellenze del Design Piemontese, Snowboard Design, il Villaggio del Design and in 2010 at the Pezzi al Forte exhibition. From 2007 to 2009 he writes for Bagno e Accessori magazine, published by Il Sole 24 ORE and from 2009 to 2011 he’s Directive Committee member of ADI Piemonte and Valle d’Aosta Delegation. In 2013 he moves to Turin where he lives and works.”

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