A countertop and storage system consisting of several elements: washbasin top with backsplash and integrated lighting, wall hung base units with drawers, tall units with hinged doors. The top and backsplash, made in the same finish, are very thick (70 mm for the top and 65 mm for the backsplash) and can be installed completely adjacent or slightly detached.

When they are detached, LED lighting is integrated in the rear side of the top. The backsplash is always provided with LED lighting on the top, giving a diffused light feel to the whole composition upper part. Pianura top is available in Dekton®, white Cristalplant® and Corian®; the compatible washbasins are top-mounted, built-in, under-mounted or moulded flush-mounted. The storage elements feature under-shelf hung base units with pull-out drawer and internal drawer, as well as tall units with 180°hinged doors, full-height mirror on internal side and black anodised aluminium shelves. the cabinets are available in wood and lacquered finishes. Design Monica Armani.



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Meet the designer
Monica Armani

Born in a place that is the protagonist of the Italian rationalist movement, in the family study it is formed at a school where the equation of detail is the first reference: form, function and technologies are refined until the best possible balance is reached.

Industrial design becomes a natural continuation of this experience. In 1996 Monica Armani gives life to a brilliant self-production experience: “progetto1”, which in 2005 was edited by B&B Italia.Heritage, visions, rigor and technological research give life to a unique style. Studio Monica Armani deals with architecture and interior design, industrial design and Timely Architecture projects. A design path that generates a sort of concentric rings that cross and interpenetrate in a continuous crossover of contamination. A style that is always recognizable.
Monica Armani signs collections of objects and accessories for Italian, European and American companies.
In architecture he invents a place like Excelsior in Milan and exclusive residences. Observing the great change in progress creates a movement for a new approach to the project: Timely Architecture, building light with a programmed time; The flag of this approach is the pavilion for the Corriere della Sera at Expo Milano 2015.

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