Try bathing in sophistication

SHIP SHAPE: The creation of Italian designer Lucia Carlomagno, Lancetta is a leaf-inspired bath that takes soaking to a whole new level.
SHIP SHAPE: The creation of Italian designer Lucia Carlomagno, Lancetta is a leaf-inspired bath that takes soaking to a whole new level.

The newest bath and basin collections from Italian bathware and furniture manufacturer Falper recently launched at its exclusive Australian distributor, Rogerseller.

Lancetta is a leaf-inspired bath that balances a graceful shape and rigorous design, the creation of up-and-coming Italian designer Lucia Carlomagno.

Originally from Naples, Carlomagno studied interior design at the Polytechnic University of Milan and has collaborated with several architecture studios throughout Italy.

Lancetta's unique design is said to be inspired by 19th century tubs, and turns the bath inside-out by gently curving the edges upwards and outwards, creating a vessel that's not only taller at one end, but looks wider.

The unique design turns the bath inside-out by gently curving the edges upwards and outwards, creating a vessel that's not only taller at one end, but looks wider.

It all culminates to create a soak like you've never experienced before, emphasised by the warmth and perfection of the surface. The bath is made using matte white Cristalplant, a versatile composite material that's highly resistant to heat and scratching, and easy to clean.

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