Studio Vanity top Stockholm
550x370 mm

Passar till Studio Tvättställsskåp 550.

Studio Vanity top Stockholm
550x370 mm

Passar till Studio Tvättställsskåp 550.

Studio Vanity top Stockholm
700x370 mm

Passar till Studio Tvättställsskåp 700.

Studio Vanity top Stockholm
700x370 mm
Studio Vanity top Stockholm
840x450 mm

Passar till Studio Tvättställsskåp 840.

Studio Vanity top Stockholm
840x450 mm
Studio Vanity top Stockholm
1020x450 mm

Passar till Studio Tvättställsskåp 1020.

Studio Vanity top Stockholm
1020x450 mm
Studio Vanity top Stockholm
Studio Tvättställ Stockholm

700x370 mm, matt grå.


Product Information

Studio Vanity Unit Stockholm

New ceramic vanity tops from Globo, design Claesson Koivisto Rune. For Swoon Studio Vanity Units.

In addition to shiny white, also available in matt black and matt grey.

 Also available both with and without tap holes, so you can choose if the basin tap should be mounted on the washbasin or on the wall.

XS 550x370 mm (WxD). 

S 700x370 mm (WxD).

M 840x450 mm (WxD). 

L 1020x450 (WxD). 

- Thickness 20 mm.

- With overflow.

- White (high gloss), Grey (matt), Black (matt). 

- Note! Basin waste is not included.

Product Description

The basins are made of sanitary ceramic, which during the production process are heated to about 1200 degrees Celsius. They have a smooth, scratch-resistant, glazed surface that is resistant to chemicals, with the exception of very strong acids and strong alkali. Sanitary ceramic basins are in addition to being easy to clean and care for, absolutely light fast.

 The ceramic basins are made basically of clay, kaolin and quartz, and are “alive” in the manufacturing process, which means that minor *distortion and warping may occur. Also the length measurement can be influenced and the tolerance level is plus/minus 2% of the basin's total length.

 *If a gap between the basin and the cabinet, at a vertex, is greater than the maximum of 3 mm, place a 3 mm distance between the sink and cabinet. Press down the washbasin to the distance, then the gap between the sink and cabinet should be no greater than 3 mm in the diagonally opposite corner. A game between the sink and cabinet of about 6 mm is acceptable if you can weigh against the diagonally opposite corner.