Lorenzo Damiani, born in 1972, graduated in Architecture at the Milan Polytechnic. He has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions, in Italy and abroad, and has won various competitions such as the Compasso d'Oro and the Good Design Award.
Oki Sato is a Japanese designer and architect. He is the head of the design office "Nendo". His wide range of work includes product design, interior design, architecture and graphic design. Under the direction of architect Oki Sato, the group that gathers under the name "Nendo" has represented, since 2002, a cultured and refined alternative to self- design. Elegant, modern, subtle and playful, the epitome of contemporary design that is also setting the tone for design's future in the global scene.
The ceramic wash basin resembles a coiled paper ribbon,acting more as a boundary confining its water than as an actual basin. The result of an eclectic and ingenious creativity that does not overlook the functional aspect of the objects. This is a free-standing wash basin: an elegant object with an intriguing shape and strong personality that affect the surrounding space.
The round design characterizes the water closet, making it ideal for both classically-styled and contemporary
interiors.The drama of the curve already expressed in all washbasins,
is emphasized to the full.
The mechanically bent chrome pipes are the note that underlines the whole collection. It becomes an aesthetic characteristic of the object emphasizing and visualizing the poetic gesture and effort made to bend the pipe.