Where water swirls
by Thomas Wagner | 3/17/2015
Flaminia showed Leggera for the first time in 2007 as a prototype. It is a bath-tub produced in pietraluce and designed by a young woman, Gilda Borgnini, during the "Flaminia Experience" course, which Flaminia and the Scuola Politecnica di Desig
n in Milan organized between October 2006 and April 2007.
It is characterized by taut light shapes, like a folded tissue holding water; Leggera with its important dimensions is an object of great impact and above all the main feature of a bathr
oom. Lying in this bath-tub people can find themselves again, getting free from the heavy daily routine, in a play of empty and full spaces where light lines, thin surfaces and imperceptible volumes are the real protagonists.