Modern masterpiece: Gus washbasin by Ex.t

Introducing Ex.t’s new Gus washbasin. German designer Michael Hilgers was inspired by the Eiffel tower when designing the Gus washbasin. The base of the washstand is supported by a steel frame structure that is reminiscent of Gustave Eiffel’s Parisian structure, or Charles and Ray Eame’s molded plastic chairs. Designed for small or narrow bathrooms, Gus’ metal structure is available chrome plated or with a corrosion resistant powder coating in white.

Ex.t is an Italian design brand for bathroom and home furniture, accessories and lighting. Working with international design talent, Ex.t’s products are hand-crafted in small Tuscan family-run workshops and factories. 

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