Asymmetrical design: Goccia bathtub and basin by Marmorin

Marmorin launched the sculptural Goccia bathtub and basin, designed to make an impact in the bathroom with their oversized and downturned rims that resemble a crisp white shirt collar. The collection was created by Marcin Konicki Design.

Meaning “drop” in Italian, the Goccia bathtub is supported by a large folded rim. Meanwhile, the matching countertop basin has the same sweeping asymmetrical design. To create the collection’s smooth surfaces, Maromin used its hygienic, shock- and stain-resistant gelcoat, which is a composite material made of finely ground dolomite stone mixed with a synthetic resin.

Polish bathroom manufacturer Marmorin was established in 1985. Based in a factory in Wschowa, the brand produces environmentally friendly sanitary ware.


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