Sink into the Future

It has been 10 years since Blanco sink and faucet company introduced its last creation, an under-mount kitchen sink that was considered a breakthrough in stainless-steel sink design. After years of exhaustive research, Blanco is now releasing its new category of kitchen sinks, the Microedge, which creates the illusion of a flush-mount installation but can be installed over virtually any counter material. Made with 18-gauge stainless steel, the Microedge is offered in nine different models, enhanced with geometric shapes and “zero-radius corners,” Blanco’s signature innovation that allows less water to collect in the corners of the sink. Each Microedge sink also features a sound-dampening pad that reduces the overall noise as water from the faucet hits the bottom of the basin, meant to maintain the longevity of the sink and the surrounding area. Microedge sinks start at $1,935. (www.blancoamerica.com)

—Alexandra Foster

Read Next Article >>
Photo by Julia Rydzynska
In 2011, when the Tel Aviv–based architect Alex Meitlis was designing the interiors of London’s...
Paúl Rivera/Arch Photo
Architect Roger Ferris makes contemporary art feel perfectly at home in a 100-year-old Tudor...
The Austrian crystal and glassware manufacturer Riedel has released its largest and most expensive...
Vibrant colors, unique shapes, and transcendental ideas define Clé’s newest tiles...
Christopher Leggett
A new villa accommodation in Bali is a standout for its vast and verdant setting...
Photo by Philippe Chancel
Miami’s Bass Museum of Art celebrates Peter Marino...
Photo by Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg
The centuries-old Bavarian porcelain manufacturer Nymphenburg has collaborated with Ruth Gurvich,...
Original furniture pieces by the late French designer Andrée Putman—whose distinguished career...
Joyce discusses his two decades of ageless design...
Patrick Price
A spare but sophisticated Montecito home makes a statement...