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Penta creates a visual of fluid formations inside its mixture of clear and strong supplies that virtually lead to you to hesitate just before turning the faucet on. The clear sections are developed with Chroma and the strong formation is made with Dupont Corian. The nature inspired shape suggests that water has eroded holes through the vessel sink and that suggestion presents a geological story of history and perseverance – and of course pure whimsy.
The graceful silhouette to Penta has a sense of lightness that is enhanced by the contrast in the two thermoformed solid surface supplies. Even the drain adds to the ethereal feeling of the vessel, as it appears to hold the sink down, stopping it from floating away.
The contrast between the Dupont Corian and Chroma in Penta is enhanced as light passes via it permitting for the creative use of directional lighting to develop plays on shadow and reflection for a 3 dimensional storyline to the sink and its surrounding atmosphere. No wonder it won the Interior Design very best of the year honoree award in 2013. Penta by Mac Stopa