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AF/21 by Naoto Fukasawa, in polished chrome and satined chrome brass, is the result of an exploration into the simplification of forms, thought out in terms of maximum clarity. The design is reduced almost to a pure icon, where the aesthetic quality of materials is emphasised. The taps and mixers become discs and cylinders; the taps reminiscent of the forms found on the controls of a stereo, the mixers the concise elegance of the language of iconography.
Lissoni Mixers from Fantini supplied by Lavo Bathroom concepts. AL/23 by Piero Lissoni, in polished and varnished chrome, comes from a vocation for simplicity: simple in shape and easy to use, it recalls the basics of fountains and industrial engines, engineered to be practical, tactile and efficient. The design is clean, simple and elegant; the tap would fit naturally into all environments.