We noticed this piece in a design magazine, and it piqued our interest so we did a bit more research, and we found some interesting information.
If you cannot stand a cluttered vanity full of toiletries, and if you can afford to spend $25,000, this freestanding piece of furniture designed to house and conceal both the sink and storage may be just the ticket.
Renowned architect and designer Daniel Germani debuted this piece at the 2018 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show last January. He won the 2018 NYCxDesign Award in the bath category for its beauty and functionality. Germani used Dekton by Cosentino to craft the washbasin along with Kauri wood from New Zealand for the credenza. This 50,000 year old wood is exclusive to Riva 1920, an Italian furniture manufacturer whose skilled workers transform it into furniture as true works of art. Kauri is wonderfully preserved and has an amazing rough beauty that caught the attention of Germani. Once Germani added a faucet from Fantini Rubinetti, a high-end Italian design/manufacturing company and the upscale architectural lighting from Brooklyn-based Juniper Design, his credenza was complete.
It was fun to learn about this new product! If you know of anyone who may want to purchase this outrageously priced bath credenza, please let us know because we sure don’t!