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Quattro Zero by Falper

December 9, 2015

Quattro Zero redefines the essence of lightness in the bathroom. Utilising the premium Italian composite material Ceramilux, Falper have been able to achieve a collection with extraordinarily considered detail.

Image supplied by Rogerseller.

Quattro Zero redefines the essence of lightness in the bathroom. Utilising the premium Italian composite material Ceramilux, Falper have been able to achieve a collection with extraordinarily considered detail, including 4mm thin washbasin edges and tops featuring unique drip guard profiles. The integrated cabinets, with perfected 45° bevel mitre joints, feature shelving and drawers with seamless push open Blum mechanisms for ample storage.

The collection is design by Milan based team Fattorini + Rizzini + Partners for Falper. The partnership between Falper and F+R+P started in 2014 as a result of Falper’s desire to collaborate with an Italian design studio specialized in furniture and with expertise in the use of solid surface materials.

This gave birth to a lively and spontaneous discussion that led to the desire to develop a project that would exploit the potential of these techniques and decorative materials. “We share with Falper the same values; attention to design, details and product quality,” Robin Rizinni says.

The collection is available in a vast array of combinations and a variety of finishes and is complimented by modular wall hung cabinetry.

Quattro Zero is available exclusively at Rogerseller. Visit rogerseller.com.au for more information or to request a specification kit.

 

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