Light and Sensual Flo Tap Collection by Fima Carlo Frattini

Fima Carlo Frattini

Italian company Fima Carlo Frattini recently launched its stylish yet highly functional tap collection Flo. The company’s search for beauty and the spasmodic attention to every detail sets the collection apart from its competitors.

 

The lever at the centre of the design is strengthened by aesthetic and expressive value. The organic and feminine silhouette, which is extremely thin and slightly bent, evokes visual lightness and sensuality. The special slide opening mechanism makes its movement almost a magic game, thereby enhancing the body of the mixer that rises above the spout and merges with the upper part of the lever.

Leitmotiv of the collection is a sinuous and refined design that represents the challenge of finding the perfect balance between fluidity, elegance and solidity; between simplicity of use and innovation. The Flo collection is available in a number of striking finishes.

Image credits: Fima Carlo Frattini

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