Meet Falper’s new collections at Rogerseller

April 1, 2015

With two new collections, Handmade and Controstampo, and a new brand identity, Falper is looking sharper than ever.

Elegance and uniqueness are two of the defining characteristics of the Falper design and material language. And with two new collections, Handmade and Controstampo, and a new brand identity, Falper is looking sharper than ever.

 Falper Handmade

 Unique, elegant and refined, Handmade is a stunning new organic collection crafted by Michael Schmidt for Falper. Inspired by the irregular shapes produced from manual ceramic processing, precision 3D technology is used to achieve thicknesses and forms which are otherwise impossible. The freestanding bath, pedestal basin and countertop basins are presented in matt Ceramilux, a versatile composite material which is highly resistant to heat and scratching and is easy to clean.


Falper Controstampo

Characterised by elegance and balance, Controstampo, by Dario Gaudio and Vittorio Venzia for Falper, draws inspiration from industrial objects. Shaped from Cristalplant Biobased, the freestanding bath and basin are finished in liquid Corten, a unique process of metallic paint oxidation, which accentuates the industrial character of the collection.


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