The Jazz Console 91 from Parisi Bathware

The Jazz Console 91 from Parisi Bathware combines classic and contemporary styles, along with ceramic and metallic tones, in one provocative design.

The elegant diamond-shaped legs, reminiscent of art deco aesthetic, blend easily with the minimal lightness and simplicity of the modern basin to create a beautiful unit.

Renowned Milan designers Sandro Meneghello and Marco Paolelli designed the Jazz Console 91. While retaining the bolder aspects of the Jazz collection, the two designers have indulged in some softer, feminine curves with this new addition.

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