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Saartechnik Composite | Washbasin: PARA, STROP and CANION

Furniture © Saartechnik Composite

This products – our own designs – are to be made from Cultured marble and solid surface pourable material that we mix and pour into shapes in our Constanta, Romania based shop. We are a young company but wich wants to bring something fresh and new to the market of bathroom washbasins and sanitary objects.

© Saartechnik Composite

© Saartechnik Composite

PARA (meaning PEAR) is a nature inspired design, a fresh twist on the old and kind of monotony filled market of sanitary objects. Inspired by the fruit with the same name, PARA washbasin wants and succedes in bringing a lively notion inside one’s bathroom. It succedes in showcasing what nature inspired and organic design can achieve when used and put to practice.

© Saartechnik Composite

© Saartechnik Composite

© Saartechnik Composite

© Saartechnik Composite

© Saartechnik Composite

© Saartechnik Composite

STROP (meaning BLOB). The STROP washbasin design brings fluidity and organicity to the owner; brings a certain feeling of unconventional thanks to it’s slik and curbed lines. Why? Simple! Because Saarcompositentechnik is just that: unconventional lines transformed in real smilling objects.

© Saartechnik Composite

© Saartechnik Composite

© Saartechnik Composite

© Saartechnik Composite

CANION (CANYON in english). A reinterpreted old design, CANION is surfacing the water fluidity concept when put face to face with the task at hand: linking nature with interior contemporary design.

© Saartechnik Composite

© Saartechnik Composite

© Saartechnik Composite

© Saartechnik Composite

Designer: Saartechnik Composite
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