New Washbasins Collection ‘Today’ wins the prestigious “Red Dot 2017: Best of the Best” 

New Washbasins Collection ‘Today’ wins the prestigious “Red Dot 2017: Best of the Best” 

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New Washbasins Collection ‘Today’ designed by Meneghello e Paolelli Associate; Milano, Italy for Arbi Arredobagno 

New Washbasins Collection “Today” Designed by Meneghello e Paolelli  -min

New Washbasins Collection “Today” Designed by Meneghello e Paolelli  -min
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Washbasin from Today collection designed by Meneghello Paolelli Associati for Arbi Arredobagno, winner of the Award “Red Dot Award 2017: Best of the Best”
photographs: Arbi Arredobagno

Arbi Arredobagno, a reference company in its sector, proposing design solutions for contemporary bathrooms, wins “Red Dot 2017: Best of the Best” with “Today”, a new washbasin collection designed by Meneghello Paolelli Associati. A very important confirmation of the great creativity design of this completely “Made in Italy” company, founded on thirty-years of handicraft experience and on the most advanced technological researches.

Today is a new washbasins collection that perfectly combines concepts of design, everyday life and democratic style. The new collection in mineralguss is characterised by a nice contrast between the wideness of the bowl and the lightness of the edges. Combined with an elegant and essential design, it mixes refined aesthetics and functionality in an extremely harmonic way.

Says Meneghello Paolelli Associati, “Our mission was to create a system of consoles that could be synonymous of everyday life, of everyday beauty and democracy. We have reached a perfect balance between aesthetics and functionality, juxtaposing clear, sharp and elusive lines to a wide and soft bowl integrated in the monolithic volume of the console, and creating a real fusion between all the parts. The collection is extremely smooth and elegant. A slight “pizzicato” curve slowly melts with the washbasin, leaving space to the tap”.

Today will be included in the Red Dot Design Museum, where a show of all winning products will be prepared. It will also be part of the Red Dot Design Yearbook.