Spanish manufacturer Punt Mobles marked a departure from its furniture and accessories base into kitchens and bathrooms at last week’s Milan Furniture Fair, with the launch of three new sink models. Made of rigid foam, the collection includes the colourful circular Salvagente (pictured, by Italian designer Mario Cananzi) and the cuboid Kubo, plus the more conventional rectangular Mensi sinks, designed by Vicente Blasco.
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