FORMA | Oval washbasin By NOKEN
Semi-inset oval washbasin with overflow
59,5x36 cm. semi-recessed basin with overflow. Clicker basin waste and ceramic plug included (installed in the basin)
Noken has developed with Forma one of the most versatile ranges of ceramic basins, with minimalist design at its core and combining purism with clear forms. A design idea unified in 4 different geometries with variants and solutions for all imaginable situations. The latest addition to the range is the Retto model and the undercountertop version for the existing Rondo, Oval and Square basins. All basins from the Forma series come with overflow and ceramic clicker waste. Forma is impressive in terms of its form, function and quality.
Timeless and, therefore, contemporary: with rounded corners and curvature that characterizes the new collection creates Form feeling of lightness in the bathroom. The more complex and modern our world becomes, the more we long for an escape that allows us to have a new vision and "emotional" of things. Collection Form, with its design, get closer proximity minimalism thanks to a certain personal touch. The sinuous lines of Form collection, its attractive surfaces and subtle luxury get the collection is perfect for those who seek the prestige, but contemporary forms, in a room cozy and functional bathroom. The new collection features ceramic elements form rounded edges that catch the eye and provide softness to the aesthetics of the bathroom. Faucet: Noken responds to the challenge of saving water and energy with the launch of the new series of taps Form, the newest addition to ecology of Porcelanosa Group Brand result of the orientation of their R & D to environmental responsibility. Form faucet incorporates two basic arguments to contribute to a more sustainable world. Opening a new system in cold and ECO aerator.
Thanks to its cold opening, when a tap at the center position Form opens only cold water comes out, unlike standard faucets mixing traditional system which places the central opening in blend mode, which produces a hot water consumption resulting in energy expenditure.