An unprecedented combination gives life to something unique, combining Nordic simplicity with elements of Japanese taste: this i show the Japandi style was born. The perfect expression of this trend is Siwa, a washbasin unit by Ceramica Cielo designed by Andrea Parisio and Giuseppe Pezzano. East and West come together harmoniously in its clear, essential geometries and clean lines, a synthesis of two opposing trends for a minimalist and at the same time sophisticated result.
Able to create modern and refined spaces characterised by a strong freedom of movement, Siwa draws inspiration from the tones of nature, from its raw materials and from the concreteness of the earth’s colours and offers infinite customisation possibilities in terms of finishes, colours and compositions.
Integrated with the deep rectangular ceramic washbasin, available in the 16 nuances of the exclusive “Terre di Cielo” colour palette, is a large countertop that ensures maximum practicality. The “trestle” structure that supports the washbasin is available in 2 metal finishes – Matt Black and Cement – or in wood in the precious veneers of Natural, Bleached, Grey or Black Oak. Embellishing the structure and making it even more functional are the tray or drawer, both available in 8 delicate shades for the lacquered wood and in 4 Oak wood veneers – Natural, Bleached, Grey and Black.
This refined bathroom furniture project is the spokesperson for Ceramica Cielo’s handmade in Italy production tradition and an expression of the trends in the world of living, confirming the company’s innovative role and its ability to take ceramics beyond known limits, creating design collections with attention to the smallest details and made with the best raw materials, capable of satisfying every customisation request.