Nami means “wave” in Japanese and it is an oval washbasin, whose sinuosity is reminiscent of a cloth’s drapery: marble is manipulated with sculptural skills, creating soft waves on its outer side.
The reference comes from the Italian figurative Art History, and more specifically from the monumental drapery of Michelangelo’s Pietà, Virgin’s dress.
In the game of lights and shadows, marble is presented as a light, sophisticated and precious material.
Unique, because even if Nami is born from an industrial process, is then modeled by skilled masters craftsmen who, paying tribute to the Italian ancient sculptural tradition, give the product the plus value of being unrepeatable.
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