Hot or Not? Abisko Washbasin by Eumar

Hot or Not? Abisko Washbasin by Eumar

Aaron Able
Apr 22, 2009

As a child, this new cast marble sink washbasin by Estonian company Eumar would inspire hours of play — sending toys and dolls down their own mini waterslide. As an adult, we (yes, the whole office) laugh at the impractical and silly over design of it all...

Maybe the over-the-top catalog copy will change your mind?

Breathtakingly brilliant in glacial white… the Abisko Washbasin from Eumar is a totally new concept for our modern lifestyle. In these environmentally-conscious times the cast mineral marble washbasin Abisko brings us back to nature. Inspired by the unspoilt waterfalls of the Swedish National Park Abisko, the sink is unfettered by pipes. Nor does it allow water to accumulate in a big tub, something designers Johan Kauppi and Lars Sundström deem unnecessary. Rather, one should be aware of just how much water one is using, and catch it with careful consideration. An extraordinary, sculptural piece, the Abisko washbasin captures the freshness of mountain streams as water cascades down the length of the sink to slip away down a discreet floor-level grill. Living with an awareness of our limited resources, surrounded by cherished objects… these are the keys to happiness offered by the Abisko Washbasin from Eumar.

Via: Trendir.

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