GRAFF India, Sento, OR'osa PVD, Gunmetal Distressed, Physical Vapor Deposition, Daniele Ruzza, Silvana Angeletti, Minimalist, Contemporary

GRAFF India introduces Sento’s impressive levers and finishes designs

The collection embodies the traits of synthesis, by reducing ornamentation and leaving space to create a sturdy visual impact

GRAFF’s successful collection – Sento – comes with two new levers and a total of 19 finishes. Originally designed by Daniele Ruzza and Silvana Angeletti, the collection embodies the characteristics of synthesis, by reducing ornamentation, and leaving space to create a sturdy visual impact.

Admire the Sento’s additions in two new variants of the initial creation: one with slim lines running down the lever and the second choice with decreasing edges on the highest art of the lever. The two levers are solid and light at the same time, as a result of their intelligent design; the spout was crafted to permit water to emanate centrally, whereas the slim angles offer the tap a sense of openness. Clean and minimalist style and hassle-free operations, will elevate the attractiveness of your home.

Elegant and powerful, timeless and trendy, a piece of true art that completely fits a contemporary style in home decoration.

The new levers are available with all the series items: from several washbasin models to bathtub and shower elements, for wall-mounted, deck-mounted and floor-mounted solutions. The collection also includes a wide range of precious accessories for the bathroom and shower area that are both practical and aesthetically pleasing. All articles are available in an astonishing range of 19 finishes, including the newest Gunmetal Distressed and OR’osa PVD finishes. The sophisticated look of Gunmetal Distressed emulates a hammered, stone surface with a warm dark grey tone, both contemporary and stylish. The finish is obtained through a galvanic plating process, completed with an industrial waxing procedure. This soft-waxed look can be maintained by Sporadical application of wax manually. OR'osa PVD is distinguished by its rose gold saturation and glossy surface, enhancing fixtures with a luxurious radiancy. This finish features an innovative surface coating process (Physical Vapor Deposition), which allows it to obtain a very high level of surface hardness, and further an unmatched resistance to atmospherical agents and house detergents.



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