INTRECCIO Sink- An Ultra-Light And Eco-Sustainable Marble Sink

Intreccio sink

Intreccio sink, designed by Paolo Ulian of Antoniolupi, is an ultra-light and eco-sustainable marble sink, which weighs only 55 kg and is shaped from an 11 cm block of marble. The cuts are heightened to create concentric rings that give life to a 3-D volume.

Intreccio sink

The design displays the perfect harmony of nature and technology.

The numerical control processing technology used for the manufacturing of this sink enables a major reduction of raw material waste.

Intreccio sink

It also allows creating very sheer concentric and light circles that are surprisingly superimposed. These continue to go upwards to show a play of light and shade.

Intreccio sink

The variation of light on the concave and convex shapes allow the layers to obtain full and empty solely.  

Intreccio sink

The sink has also got praise for its unique design and awarded with the prestigious Certificate of Honor at the XXVI Compasso d'Oro ADI awards ceremony held on September 9th, 2020 in Milan.

Intreccio sink

This is the oldest but the most authoritative world design award. All the awarded products in the ceremony become part of the historical collection of the Compasso d'Oro.

Intreccio sink

On receiving this recognition, Andrea Lupi, CEO of the antoniolupi family business, elated and said, “We are very honored to receive this important recognition and to be ambassadors of products Made in Italy. it is a mission that we have always had and this award gratifies our work. "

Antoniolupi is a leading Italian brand, specialized in home & bathroom furnishings and now it is moving in its third generation.

* Image and info Courtesy- Antoniolupi

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