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GRAFF's Ametis Ring and Dressage at ISH 2015 | Archiportale

(Translated from Italian) GRAFF for the design is a natural attitude, a passion that has lasted for years and years has been consolidated, managing to combine ideas, cultures, craftsmanship, materiality and experimentation. In Frankfurt, on the occasion of ISH 2015, the company will present a series of news dedicated to the world of the bathroom, which can perform the design and the house and able to speak a new language only through formal expressions.
Preview GRAFF offers a complete range of two important projects that arise from the collaboration with David Oppizzi and study Nespoli and Novara: the first with the award-winning project Ametis Ring, the latest creation that completes the original program taps for bathroom and the shower; the latter with Dressage, the first collection of bathroom furniture GRAFF created solid wood and Corian.
Products GRAFF are true cross members who live and become an integral part of the home seamlessly. Design products that can meet the different tastes of the public while remaining consistent with its own history and its own concept.
Ametis Ring, winner in December 2014 Interior Design Best of Year Award in the category of bathroom accessories, is a step ahead, which is distinguished by its fluid design and the effect of light, symbol of the merger between the universe and oceans, almost a futuristic "ode" to the high design.
The designer, David Oppizzi, was honored in New York within the Frank Gehry IAC Building on the basis of a system of online voting which was attended by architects, design firms and internationally renowned designers. Amethyst ring was selected from 2000 exclusive projects.
GRAFF Oppizzi wanted to create a collection of unique objects that reveal the deep bond between the being and the nature that surrounds us. His approach is certainly an artisan, manufacturing, beyond the intrinsic value of the objects, where the transfer of emotions, inherent in matter, is a living vibration to savor every moment.
Drawing inspiration from experiences full of water and colors, from the movement of waves, from the ancient tradition of Japanese printing performed with a single brush stroke, this new collection transforms water, matter so precious, in a hymn to the purity that allows you to get closer the most intimate expressions of the soul. Ametis ring is a simple object but at the same time sought: The project incorporates many features of high-tech engineering and uses a lighting system to full-spectrum LED RGB color therapy in 6 colors. Product steel, guaranteeing a long life, Ametis Ring in the ring system integrates LED that gives the object a new dimension thanks to indirect light, a concept still not widely used in bathroom furnishings.
The head has two distinct functions, the user can easily switch from the "rain", the rain, to the "fall", a waterfall. It 'available in chrome, black material and black material with matt effect (made with powder coating).
DRESSAGE design studio Nespoli and Novara
Dressage is harmony, geometry, versatility. The cabinet is a carrier in solid wood, compact and functional.
Inside it is housed all the elements to the loading and unloading of the water, all retractable. It can be combined with a sink in DuPont ™ Corian® and solid wood in walnut finish and accompanied by a shelf, a hook-wipes, a dresser and a rotating mirror.
The tub is made from a sheet of DuPont ™ Corian® thermoformed and coupled to solid wood, its transverse cut on the entire section creates the invitation for the entrance and a higher zone to be able to stretch and relax. E 'it designed to live in the center of the environment, in its free-standing version with leather headrests race and shelf for storing cosmetics. Cutting crafts it can also be seen by the presence of two other coordinated elements: stool and valet. Each object is itself autonomous and versatile and can become part of an overall scenario that you can dial in a phased manner over time, involving the main rooms of the house.


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