VitrA’s collaboration with Terri Pecora aims at reinterpreting the traditional
bathroom lay-out and encourages new ways of utilising the space. A key feature is
the layering and grouping of different furniture pieces that enable them to work
together in overlapping heights, colours and dynamic configurations. Some of the
basins can also be regrouped at the centre of the room as a contemporary nod to
the communal basins used in public washing spaces.
The collection introduces three innovative syphon solutions - one allows the ceramic
basins to be placed at various angles as an alternative to the conventional
positioning by the wall, encouraging users to face each other and engage with their
surroundings. Another has been designed specifically to enable washbasins to be
mounted in an open bathroom space while retaining a clean and minimalistic look.
The third allows for the fitting of column basins at free angles in the room instead
of the more common 90° angle to the wall.
The range also includes two mirrors - one is vertical and can rotate between two
basins, while the other is horizontally shaped and angles towards the wall at one
end for multiple positioned viewing.