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Discover raw, urban beauty with stunning new Ark sink from The Poured Project

* Raw-urban-beauty.jpgOne of the greatest inspirations for modern day interiors, exposed concrete continues to bring texture and stylish urban influences to the home.

Combining industrial raw materials with traditional manufacturing techniques, the new Ark concrete basin from The Poured Project will take centre stage in any bathroom. Lovingly handcrafted here in the UK by artisan furniture makers Claire and Andy Pedley, this architecturally stunning basin is all about creating a show stopping design feature.

With its minimalist appearance and organic textured finish, this highly versatile new basin is ideal for large family bathrooms and interior projects looking to make an impact. Featuring an oversized design, the textured concrete sink sits effortlessly alongside complementary natural materials such as wood, metal and stone to create an industrial-inspired space brimming with individuality and unexpected character.

Handmade with expert care and attention to detail, the raw, textured exterior of the basin is finished with a smooth, elegant interior, and comes in eight core colourways, from pretty pastels through to moody dark shades.

Made from robust, high quality concrete, the Ark basin is 17mm thick, delivering a high-quality feel. At 372mm wide and 592mm long, the Ark generously fills the space on countertops for an eye-catching feature that will last for years to come.

Looking for a smaller basin that still delivers the same unique design aesthetics? Try the Round or Rectangle basins. Smaller in size, but still as big in impact, Rectangle is also available with a double basin.

Perfectly poured concrete, the beauty really is in the imperfection...


10th April 2019

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